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How do you change "también" to the negative? How do you change positive words into negative words?

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marked as duplicate by Tom Au, Alexis Pigeon, Gorpik, Theta30, Emilio Gort Feb 8 '14 at 21:07

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Can you provide an example of a sentence where you would use "también" in the negative, to make it more clear what you're asking? – Flimzy Feb 6 '14 at 6:00

Tampoco is the antonym..

An example usage would be "Yo tampoco"... Me neither.

As far as changing positive words to negative, we're gonna need more example "positive" words.

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