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She didn't love me and she didn't rely on me.
My question : Can we construct a sentence as witten below?
She didn't love me and rely on me.
She didn't love me and not rely on me.
She didn't love or not rely on me.
Can we put 'not' in here?
Ok, I think I have understood.
We can't put 'not' at both sides of a sentence with a conjunction such as (and, or,..etc). Is that ok? Is one 'not' enough for one side?
She didn't love or didn't rely on me.
*NOT A TEACHER*
I think we can you as I will write now ,but I am not sure whether I am right or not.,
He ate the chocolate ,but didn't like it.
We can use like that because of the fact that 'not' is only at the right side of the sentence.Is that correct? Or is it related to 'but' ?
Review your punctuation/spacing. The comma goes directly after a word, then you put a space, not the other way round. Don't put a space before a question mark. Always put a space after a full stop.
It would be 'use' not 'you'. :)
Must we write 'didn't' or is it enough if we write only 'not' instead of 'didn't ' at this sentence?
He ate the chocolate but not like it.