In this video, learn how to use “doesn’t have, have not, and haven’t got” in English so you can improve your basic English grammar.
Most students are comfortable forming positive statements in English, because it’s what they practice the most.
Many students make mistakes with negative statements, because they’re not used as frequently. Even advanced students make mistakes with basic negative sentences.
It’s extremely important to feel confident expressing your ideas in positive statements, negative statements and question form in all the verb tenses.
If you’re unable to do this, you can’t consider yourself fluent in English and you’ll have difficulty communicating your ideas in English.
This lesson will teach you how to express your ideas in negative sentences using two different sentence structures. We’ll also explore a third sentence structure that’s incorrect, but that’s very commonly used (mistakenly) by students.
By the end of the lesson you’ll feel confident expressing your ideas in negative sentences fluently and naturally!
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