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He would not listen to anything she said.
Barbara's not coming to the party.
I don't feel sorry for her.
Do not forget your promise.
They told me not to worry.
Not all children have the opportunity for preschool education.
The teacher could not even remember my name.
The oven's not even warm yet.
Our apartment is not only centrally located, it's near a park too.
We need to talk about these problems, not simply assume they will resolve themselves.
There are problems not only with the students, but also with the teachers themselves.
Not only can he make people laugh, he can make them cry as well.
This is the American English definition of not. View British English definition of not.
to learn small pieces of information by asking questions or watching or listening carefully
… the decision to treat the rights and duties of a company as being the same as the rights and duties of its shareholdersadd a word
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