Ransform the following sentences into the negative. Pay attention to elision. Remember, elision is when you delete the -e from ne when it comes before a vowel.
Les Martin sont américains ? Non, ils ' sont américains.
Isabelle est française ? Non, elle est française.
Vous êtes enseignant ? Non, je suis enseignant.
Aurélie est italienne ? Non, elle estitalienne.
Vous êtes canadiens ? Non, nous sommes canadiennes.
fill in the dots
(1) Siempre hay algo que hacer. (5)
Nunca hay nada que hacer.
(2) Tengo algunos amigos de México. (6)
No tengo algunos amigos de México
(3) ¿Alguien conoce Veracruz? (3)
¿Nadie conoce Veracruz?
(4) Vamos a viajar o en autobús o en tren. (10)
No vamos a viajar ni en autobús ni en tren.
(1) There is always something to do.
There is never anything to do.
(2) I have some friends from Mexico.
I don't have some friends from Mexico
(3) Does anyone know Veracruz?
No one knows Veracruz?
(4) We will travel or by bus or train.
We will not travel by bus or train.
B) surrounded, highly susceptible
surrounded gives you a sense of fear somewhat. highly susceptible means you have a high chance to get something, such as a disease. Both of these are associated with negative things, therefore they have negative connotations.
Transform the following sentences into the negative.
Les Martin sont américains ?
Non, ils ne sont pas américains.
Isabelle est française ?
Non, elle n'est pas française.
Vous êtes enseignant ?
Non, je ne suis pas enseignant.
Aurélie est italienne ?
Non, elle n'est pas italienne.
Vous êtes canadiens ?
Non, nous ne sommes pas canadiens.
Negative connotation means that the word/phrase/sentence, etc. gives a bad feeling of what is going on. In this case, "highly susceptible" is generally used in describing something that is very likely to gain a negative effect or trait. While having some ozone is good in deflecting harmful UV rays, having a high ozone would affect many parts of the human body, causing a person to suffer. These two are what is given to make the sentence have a negative feel to it.
(Sorry if the format is weird, I'm not the best at typing answers on the phone.)
Jean Luc ne parle pas français et anglais.
Marc n'est pas un bon garçon
nunca hay nada que hacer
no tengo alumnos de mexico
nadie conoce veracruz
no vamos a viajar ni en autobus ni en tren
tampoco vamos a pescar
no hay ninguna fiesta esta noche
no conozco a nadie famoso
no quiero comer en ningun restaurante tipico
The answer is D: burden
The need of more public services is an issue that most people agree. Nevertheless, there is an argument that understands and manifests concern regarding the Proposition S specifically, which, instead of bringing benefits, would only burden Northfield and other cities with strong governments and business-friendly policies.
To burden: a duty or responsability that is hard to bear.
The word, if used to replace "quiet," in the given sentence "Then the people went to their beds, and the camp was quiet." would give this sentence a more negative tone is (B) Stifled.
"Then the people went to their beds, and the camp was stifled."
The word "Quiet" literally denotes a place which is void of noise. Here, in the given sentence, when the people who used to camp went back to bed, one should expect a calm and a peaceful atmosphere. During the bed time, no one will make such loud noises which will distract the people in the environment as everyone tend to take rest during night. The word "Quiet" denotes that type of environment too.
The word "Silent" is similar in meaning to the word "Quiet" and it generates a positive tone too. The word "Still" denotes the environment which is undisturbed by any external factors. Hence, the word "Still" also projects the exact nature of the environment. If we use the word "Stifled" in the above sentence, it refers to the environment which is generally constrained from doing something i.e., enforcing an order to do something. Here, the word "Stifled" creates a negative tone when replaced in the given sentence.
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