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Hi,

I have been studying negation for last 3 days and i am clear about most of the concepts. i understand the usage of ALL,SOME, MOST, EVERY, etc.But in sentences where these markers aren't present[/color] i seem to lose track example of such sentences is given below.How do we deal with them. please help..
1)The tax increase will result in more revenue for the government.
2. The council member could reverse her position.
4. The pattern of behavior in adolescents is not necessarily determined by
the environment they are raised in.
5. Organic farming methods promote crop resistance to pest attack.

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sinha07 wrote:
Hi,

I have been studying negation for last 3 days and i am clear about most of the concepts. i understand the usage of ALL,SOME, MOST, EVERY, etc.But in sentences where these markers aren't present[/color] i seem to lose track example of such sentences is given below.How do we deal with them. please help..
1)The tax increase will result in more revenue for the government.
2. The council member could reverse her position.
4. The pattern of behavior in adolescents is not necessarily determined by
the environment they are raised in.
5. Organic farming methods promote crop resistance to pest attack.

regards
salaj

Negated 1)The tax increase willnot result in more revenue for the government.
2. The council member could not reverse her position.
4. The pattern of behavior in adolescents is not necessarily determined by
the environment they are raised in.
5. Organic farming methods do not promote crop resistance to pest attack.
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