How to Use This in a Negative Sentence

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In this lesson, we shall learn the use of ‘this’ in negative sentences.

Use of ‘this’ to form a negative sentence

The formation of this sentence is as follows:

  • This + is not + other words + full stop (.)


Here are some examples. The formation is as above.

Have a look-

  1. This is not a notebook. 
  2. This is not a car. 
  3. This is not a table. 
  4. This is not fair. 
  5. She cannot solve this issue quickly. 
  6. This is not an expensive painting. 
  7. This is not a bright colour. 
  8. This is not mine. 
  9. This is not yours. 
  10. This sentence is not used in an essay.
  11. This is not a charitable trust. 
  12. This glass is not occupied by the air.
  13. This painting is not hung on a wall. 
  14. This is not a precious stone. 
  15. This is not your pen. 
  16. This is not my teacher’s bag. 
  17. This is not my favourite place.
  18. This is not charcoal. 
  19. This is not very easy. 
  20. This is not a topic of science
  21. This is not a new chapter. 
  22. This is not a very nice thing.
  23. This is not a blue carpet. 
  24. This flower is not for my friend. 
  25. This house is not very spacious. 
  26. This is not a long route. 
  27. This is not a water painting.
  28. This mountain is not steep. 
  29. This is not a brave boy. 
  30. This is not a sudden reaction. 

Related Lessons-

  1. Use of pronoun ‘this
  2. Use of this – questions
  3.               affirmative answers
  4.               negative answers
  5. Use of a pronoun ‘that in a sentence

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