Grammer

部分否定形を使ってみよう

The Partial Negative Form.
部分否定形を使って講師と会話してみましょう。
部分否定とは、「必ずしも・完全には〜というわけではない」という表現です。 notの後にallやtotallyなど「全部」や「完全に」といった表現を加えると、 「全部じゃない」「完全じゃない」という表現になります。 【回答例】 Not all of us agreed with him. 私たち全員が彼に賛成した訳ではないよ Your answer is not totally wrong. 君の答えは完全に間違ってるって訳じゃない
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Please use a partial negative form.
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Please use a partial negative form.

I will try to make some examples.
I don't like all of his characteristic.
I don't be always kind to them.
I don't quite agree his proposals.

自然な表現

I will try to make some examples.
I don't like all of his characteristics.
am not always kind to them.
I don't quite agree with his proposals.

1. you likely mean more than one ("all of his...")
2. describing what you are "am" is needed. what you are not, "am not" is needed
3. we say "agree with something"
Great sentences, well done on writing them. Okay, now let us write more sentences for practice using the partial negative form.

Okay!
I am not always clam in my work.
Not everyone doesn't play soccer or baseball nowadays.
Not only ten people are against your opinion.
Is the last sentense the partial negative form?

自然な表現

Okay!
I am not always calm at work.
Not everyone can play soccer or baseball nowadays.
Not only ten people are against your opinion.
Is the last sentence the partial negative form?

1, 4. typo/spelling corrected
2. we often say "at work" to refer to the situation or "at the workplace" to refer to the specific place
3. we can use this word to express "ability" but you may also use "knows how to play..." or "not everyone plays soccer..."
Awesome job, well done on writing them. Okay, now let us write more sentences for practice using the partial negative form.

I think the partial negative form is not quite difficult in grammatically.
Of course, it does not apply all people.
Don't you completely disagree with me?

自然な表現

I think the partial negative form is not quite difficult, grammatically. Of course, it does not apply to all people. Don't you completely disagree with me?

1. or "in terms of grammar" or "when it comes to grammar"
2. we need this preposition to show direction
Well done on writing them. Okay, now let us write more sentences for practice using the partial negative form.

I got it. Here are some other examples.
Boss is not always correct in the technical field.
Not all engineers have aspiration.
Although we have studied English from a elementary school, not everyone can speak English well.
We don't have to use English necessarily in our daily life.

自然な表現

I got it. Here are some other examples.
My boss is not always correct in the technical field.
Not all engineers have aspiration.
Although we have studied English from elementary school, not everyone can speak English well.
We don't have to use English all the time in our daily life.

1. we can make this clearer by adding an article ("the boss" - referring to a specific boss understood in the context) or a determiner (my boss, his boss, their boss)
2. article not needed in this case
3. or "We don't have to always use English in our daily life" or "It is not an absolute necessity to use English in our daily life"
Okay, you have been doing a great job. I would like you to write sentences in the partial negative form, one more time.

Okay. This is the last sentence of the partial negative form.

I don't know everything of English grammar, but I fully understand how to use the partial negative form!

自然な表現

Okay. This is the last sentence of the partial negative form.

I don't know everything about English grammar, but I fully understand how to use the partial negative form!

1. we say "everything about something"

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  • completely(完全に)
  • necessarily(必ず)
  • quite(まったく・完全に)
  • not all(すべてではない)
  • always(いつも)
  • I don't like all of his songs.(私は彼の歌の全部が好きだというわけではありません。)
  • Not everybody in the class has read his work.(クラスの誰もが彼の作品を呼んでいるわけではありません。)
  • The museum is not always crowded on Sundays.(その美術館は日曜日にいつも混んでいるわけではありません。)
  • Your theory is not completely wrong.(君の理論は完全に間違っているというわけではありません。)
  • She does not always agree with me.(彼女がいつも私に同意するとは限りません。)

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