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Join the cardinal number with its suffix Numbers György Chityil - George
Double Negative - indefinite pronoun + frequency adverb Double Negative

A double negative employs two negatives in the same sentence so that they cancel each other and create a positive. In Shakespeare's day, double negatives were considered emphatic, but today, they are considered grammar mistakes.

Double Negative - frequency adverb + indefinite pronoun Double Negative

A double negative employs two negatives in the same sentence so that they cancel each other and create a positive. In Shakespeare's day, double negatives were considered emphatic, but today, they are considered grammar mistakes.

Use "anxious" instead of "very worried" Intensifiers György Chityil - George
Use "sagacious" instead of "very wise" Intensifiers György Chityil - George
Use "villainous" instead of "very wicked" Intensifiers György Chityil - George
Use "soaked" instead of "very wet" Intensifiers György Chityil - George
Use "feeble" instead of "very weak" Intensifiers György Chityil - George
Use "precious" instead of "very valuable" Intensifiers György Chityil - George
Use "hideous" instead of "very ugly" Intensifiers György Chityil - George