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Hello Bernard,

While the second sentence is not grammatically wrong, it is not common at all.

This is only the case with 'think'. With other verbs, you can make the second part negative:

I don't think he'll go swimming.
I hope he won't go swimming.
I assume he won't go swimming.

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Hello Minou,

Great ! It's clear now for me. Thank you.

Bernard

On 6/13/2020 at 10:51 AM, Minoo said:

Hello Bernard,

While the second sentence is not grammatically wrong, it is not common at all.

This is only the case with 'think'. With other verbs, you can make the second part negative:

I don't think he'll go swimming.
I hope he won't go swimming.
I assume he won't go swimming.

 

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