Negative Sentences in the Present Indefinite Tense always have a word like “not” or “never” somewhere in them. For example: “I am NOT going to the party.” Here are some more examples of Negative Sentences in the Present Indefinite Tense:
- “You are never going to believe what happened to me today!”
- “I’m not really in the mood for a party tonight.”
- “They aren’t going to like this new movie very much, I don’t think.
20 Present Indefinite Tense Examples (Negative Sentences)
1- You don’t live in New York.
2- He doesn’t like classical music.
3- They don’t speak French fluently.
4- We don’t drink water every day.
5- I don’t work in a bank.
6- You don’t love chocolate ice cream.
7- She doesn’t watch TV every night.
8- It doesn’t rain a lot in Seattle.
9- We don’t eat out often.
10- You don’t read the newspaper every morning.
11- He doesn’t drive to work.
12- They don’t walk to school.
13- We don’t live in big cities.
14- You don’t go to the movies often.
15- She doesn’t take the bus to work.
16- It doesn’t snow a lot in Buffalo.
17- We don’t play tennis on weekends.
18- You don’t visit your grandparents every month.
19- He doesn’t take a vacation every year.
20- They don’t go to bed early.