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Nobody wants to go with me.
A) no va alquien conmigo.
B) no quiere ir conmigo
C) quiere ir nadie conmigo
D) no quiere ir nadie conmigo.

i got c. is that correct?

  • Spanish -

    No. You need "nadie" to make the subject "nobody". That eliminates A and B.

    Spanish employs a double negative in sentences like this.

    The answer is D

  • Spanish -

    Note that nadie must be in a negative sentence. The positive counter part is alguien.
    alguien = some one
    nadie = no one

    Sra

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