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1) Since it is "je t'ai aimé" would the negation be "je ne t'ai pas aimé"??

2) Is the negation of "je t'aime"
"je ne t'aime pas"? (It wouldn't be
"je te n'aime pas" right? Somehow
that doesn't sound correct to me.)

Thank you sooooooooo much!!

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  1. What you said first is it.
    subject + ne + object pronouns + auxiliary verb + pas + past participle = je ne t'ai pas aimé

    Sra (aka Mme)

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  2. Merci encore une fois!

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