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Can someone please help me? Medal and Fan will be given. In Spanish, when you use a negative word after a verb, you need to add ____ before the verb. a. nada b. tampoco c. no d. nunca

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    In Spanish is very common to use double negatives, as: "Yo no quise nada". You're saying: "I didn't want anything", but everyone can understand "I didn't want something" with this sentence. Another example: "Tú no has ido nunca.", translated is: "You haven't never been there". What people understand: "You've never been there". If you analize these examples, you have your answer.

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