# Language Arts

posted by Patrick

Directions: Circle the correct form of negative to complete each sentence.

1. I decided that there wasn't (no, any) point in finishing the project.

2. I could name (none, any) of the singers we heard.

3. The woman left the store without (any, no) money, but lot's of new clothes.

4. The fire alarm test isn't (anything, nothing) to be concerned about.

5. I don't think we should (ever, never) eat at this restaurant again.

6. Ashley bought (any, none) of the shirts on sale.

7. I spilled (no, any) paint on the floor this time.

8. After Kimbo escaped, the circus had (no, any) lion to perform tricks.

9. There isn't (anything, nothing) I like better than a train ride.

10. Stephanie won't (never, ever) be as good as you are at playing chess.

11. The professor gets (any, no) satisfaction from giving out low grades.

12. I have (ever, never) had so much fun as I did last weekend.

Also can you please explain to me more precisely what they mean by these directions?

Thank you

1. Ms. Sue

Your directions say to name the negative choice. Negative means no or none.

So -- 3 is wrong. The others are right. Great job!

2. Patrick

I understand this a little bit better now on what they are actually asking.

Thank you

3. Ms. Sue

:-)

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