How to change Affirmative to Negative Sentences: To change an affirmative sentence to a negative sentence, you can use the word “not” or its contracted form “n’t”. The placement of “not” in the sentence may vary depending on the sentence structure. Here are a few examples:
Affirmative: She is happy.
Negative: She is not happy. OR She isn’t happy.
Affirmative: They have already eaten.
Negative: They have not eaten yet. OR They haven’t eaten yet.
Affirmative: I like ice cream.
Negative: I do not like ice cream. OR I don’t like ice cream.
Affirmative: He can swim very well.
Negative: He cannot swim very well. OR He can’t swim very well.
Affirmative: We should go to the park.
Negative: We should not go to the park. OR We shouldn’t go to the park.
here are some examples:
Affirmative: The weather is nice today.
Negative: The weather is not nice today. OR The weather isn’t nice today.
Affirmative: She will arrive at 5 pm.
Negative: She will not arrive at 5 pm. OR She won’t arrive at 5 pm.
Affirmative: He enjoys playing basketball.
Negative: He does not enjoy playing basketball. OR He doesn’t enjoy playing basketball.
Affirmative: They are coming to the party.
Negative: They are not coming to the party. OR They aren’t coming to the party.
Affirmative: I have finished my homework.
Negative: I have not finished my homework. OR I haven’t finished my homework.