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In English grammar, affirmative sentence is a traditional term for any statement that is positive, not negative. Also known as an assertive sentence or affirmative proposition.

In contrast, a negative sentence (which commonly includes the negative particle not or the contracted negative n't) contradicts—or negates—all or part of the meaning of a sentence. An example of a negative sentence is Rabbits don't fly. A sentence that lacks a positive meaning is sometimes called non-assertive or non-affirmative.

The present downloadable handout is best suited for high school students, elementary school students, kindergartners and nursery school students and students with special educational needs, learning difficulties, e.g. dyslexia at Beginner (pre-A1), Elementary (A1) and Pre-intermediate (A2) level. It is great for teaching Gerunds in English, and is a valuable material for developing your groups' Speaking, Reading and Writing skills. It is focused on the topic and words of Classroom.
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