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Negative Forms In English

 

(A Book By Manik Joshi) 

 

"Negative Forms In English:
Common Negative Sentences"

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[Series Name: 'English Daily Use' | Book No: 04]

 

 

This Book Covers The Following Topics:

 

Negative Expressions
BY NO MEANS
LITTLE
BUT NOT
NEVER
NO/NOT/NEVER ------- NOR
NO/NOT/NEVER ------- OR
NEITHER ------- NOR
NOBODY/NO ONE
NOTHING
NO DOUBT
NO LONGER
NO MATTER + Question Word
NOT + LONG AGO
NOT/NOT ONLY & BUT
NOT + -ING form of Verb
NOT TO + MAIN VERB
RARELY
SELDOM
MISCELLANEOUS
TENSE - Negative Statements
Present Tense – Negative Statements
Past Tense – Negative Statements
Future Tense – Negative Statements
Negative Forms of Modals

 

 

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BY NO MEANS

Meaning: Not At All

 

Based on a rough count, by no means definitive, they had about 625 tents set up last year.

By no means am I saying this is a bad thing, but it is not a choice that I made.

By no means did we settle on anything.

By no means does he think children need to go through terrible times to be better people.

By no means is he guaranteed to win.

By no means is this fight over or even anywhere near under control.

By no means let him dominate the conversation.

By no means should individuals or groups be allowed to go that building.

By no means should we be complacent with being second.

Company will by no means shrink its expansion plan.

He is by no means a saint.

He was by no means suggesting inhumane treatment of animals.

He was by no means suggesting that technology is a bad thing.

He was by no means the first celebrity to open up about struggles with mental health.

Her death was by no means an accident.

I am by no means a trendsetter.

Internet addiction is by no means unique to America.

It is by no means a well-made movie.

Its situation is by no means exceptional.

Our fight for justice is by no means over.

Results are by no means trend setting.

She was athletic and strong and by no means fat.

Some units were suitable for housing but by no means all of them.

Terrorism is an immediate challenge, but it is by no means the only thing we should be worrying about.

That will be by no means easy.

The ability to communicate in a regional language is desirable but by no means mandatory.

The modest crowd was enthusiastic but by no means euphoric.

The restaurant-staff shortage is by no means a new problem in cities.

The women’s situation in many countries is by no means ideal, but it has steadily improved during the last few decades.

Their list is by no means final.

They are by no means shutting down the reactor, or their nuclear industry.

This is by no means a scientific sampling of opinion.

This is by no means the end of the process.

Though she won the gold, her sister got to take home the silver medal – by no means a small achievement.

To be clear, going to different places of worship will by no means solve all our problems.

Tomorrow is going to be a mostly sunny and warm day but by no means hot.

While he may seem like an expert swimmer, he by no means thinks he is.

While jobs that require training and education certainly tend to a pay more, a college degree by no means guarantees a high salary.

Yet racial tension in our country has by no means dissipated.

Your method is by no means wrong.

 

LITTLE

Meaning: Small

 

[Little + Auxiliary Verb]

Little did

[Little + Auxiliary Verb + Subject]

 

Little do managers and executives realize that delay is in itself a decision!

Little do they know that she is better qualified than any of them in survival skills.

Little do they know that the journey ahead is not going to be easy.

Little do they know that their loss is actually a win for all of us, including for them.

Little do we realize the exact meaning or the appropriate use of many terms.

Little do we understand that if our friends are cheating we can understand this by the little clues and hints they share unknowingly with us.

Little does he know that he is inviting trouble, as things start going beyond his control.

Little does she know, she will be faced with even more challenges.

Little did he know about the city.

Little did he know the tragedy and danger ahead.

Little did he realize that he was in trouble.

Little did I know that education is about learning from life.

Little did they know that it was to be the last conversation.

Little did they know that the move would land them in the police net.

Little did we know about her.

Little had she learned from her past.

Little had the audience imagined about what he would say.

 

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