Negatives in Spanish
No – Nada – Nunca
Add ‘NO‘ in front of the verb to form the negative in Spanish.
No hay = There isn’t any
No soy = I am not
No como = I don’t eat
No juego = I don’t play
No es justo = It is not fair
NADA = Nothing
Put No in front of the verb + nada after it to talk about doing nothing or not doing anything.
No hago nada = I do nothing /I don’t do anything
No veo nada = I see nothing/I can’t see anything
NUNCA = Never:
Put nunca in front of the verb or put no before the verb + nunca after it to talk about never doing anything.
Nunca juego = I never play
No juego nunca = I never play
Jamás also means never. Use jamás instead of nunca as a more forceful way of saying never.
Negatives in Spanish Video
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#1. I am not happy.
#2. My food is not interesting.
#3. The shopping is never for me.
#4. I don't have anything good.
#5. It is not fair. I never eat a steak.
#6. It cannot be true! There is something for me!
#7. It is not for you, Billy.
#8. I don't like Twitter, but I like my bone!
#9. Advice on Twitter is not always good.
#10. I am never happy when my food is not interesting.
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