In Spanish, a negative statement can be made by simply placing a "No" before the verb in a statement. A good example to understand the usage of No can be "I don't speak mandarin", which in Spanish would be "No hablo mandarin".
Generally like all mature languages like English, Spanish has many ways to express a negative statement. Please review the negative and positive word examples given below.
Table of Contents
|1. Spanish Positive and Negative Vocabulary||2. What are Double Negative Statements in Spanish?|
|3. Complaining in Spanish||4. Use Hay to say What there isn't.|
|5. Use No queda… for Singular or Plural Noun, When something has finished!|Double Negative Statements : Generally many langues have double negatives Example 'I don't go there never' . Observe the double negative word in single expression to emphasize the negation.
To Complain in Spanish, you should use "falta", meaning "There isn't enough" or faltan meaning There aren't enough!
Use hay or no hay to talk about what there is and what there isn’t.