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Defining Negative Interrogative Sentences Options
Daemon
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Defining Negative Interrogative Sentences

As their name implies, negative interrogative sentences (sometimes called "interro-negative sentences") are interrogative sentences that are made negative. In addition to asking literal questions, negative interrogative sentences are often used to imply what? More...
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What is an example of an interrogative sentence?
There are three basic question types and they are all interrogative sentences: Yes/No question: the answer is "yes or no", for example: ... Choice question: the answer is "in the question", for example: Do you want tea or coffee? (Tea please.)
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More times than not, negative interrogatives are used to when you're in trouble with someone (according to THEM) or, when someone is getting "pushy" with you. Some people can't use one of these without sounding snooty.
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Negative interrogative sentences are interrogative sentences that are made negative.
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