I would like to ask about a small difference which is confusing me.
I don't hate practising football everyday.
I hate not practising Football everyday.
At the end, they both have the same meaning, don't they? what's the difference?
If there is any problem ,or the difference can be known by studying a certain lesson in grammar, will you tell which lesson is it? To focus on it.
Thanks in advance.
Well, in the first one, it means that she loves the idea, but in the second one, she hates the idea s/he doesn't practise everyday?
Why 'at the end' is wrong?,though. is 'at the beginning' is the same as 'at the end'?