A double negative is a statement that contains two negative words. If two negatives are used in one sentence, the opposite meaning may be conveyed. In many British, American, and other dialects, two or more negatives can be used with a single negative meaning.
1. Contraction Action Double Negatives
2. Dewblle Negatives * Only one negative word ina sentence. - When a sentence uses two negative words it is called a double negative. no ean tele don't can't oth just barely hardly ety only ana rarely reat Ae) ean
3. ere AN e leh Bad grammar: They seldom ever visit us. Good grammar: ay | Maes A) Bad grammar: They didn't hardly have enough food left. Good grammar: They hardly have enough food left.
4. om Sere EAN eTeut Bad grammar: She isn't but a homeless little girl. Good grammar: la Lemme Cie ele Bad grammar: @ ie can't hardly wait for his present ER olga pa Good grammar: ow con hardly wait for his present to
5. You Don't Need No Double Negatives . You aren't barely old enough to live on your own. . Why can't you hardly wait for your parents to pick you up? . She was so disappointed because she couldn't go neither. . L have so much to do that I haven't ever got time to rest.
6. Contraction Action i (atieee= Em you are = you're it is i = eS = he's
7. Contraction Action she is = she's Oe eg let us =let's el did not = didn't
8. Contraction Action we will = well could not = couldn't will not = won't ee (on 1 ee Ze