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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #117160: Avoiding Double Negatives
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    Avoiding Double Negatives


    Complete each sentence making sure you do not use double negatives.





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    1. Do you want anything? A: No, I don't want .

    2. Do you have any money? A: No, I none.

    3. Did you see those people? A: No, I didn't see .

    4. Do you have any candy? A: No, I don't have .

    5. Didn't he tell you not to come here? A: No, told me anything.

    6. How much money do you have? A: Not much. I hardly have .

    7. Did the prisoner say anything? A: No, he nothing.

    8. Do you know him well? A: No, I know him.

    9. Where are you going? A: . I'm staying right here.

    10. So, you're staying right here? A: That's right. I'm not going .









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