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Regular Verbs with Negation

The Rule

Put the first negation after the first verb and the second negation at the end of the sentence.

Present: It would mean you look for the verb, put the NIE after it, and then put the other NIE at the end of the sentence.
Future:   Put the first NIE after SAL (1st verb) and the second NIE at the end of the sentence.
Past:      Put the first NIE after HET (1st verb) and the second NIE at the end of the sentence.

Examples:

Hede:       Obama werk in Washington.           > Obama werk nie in Washington nie.
Toekoms: Obama sal in Washington werk.     > Obama sal nie in Washington werk nie.
Toekoms: Obama gaan in Washington werk.  > Obama gaan nie in Washington werk nie.
Verlede:   Obama het in Washington gewerk. > Obama het nie in Washington gewerk nie.

Hede:       Obama werk.            > Obama werk nie.
Toekoms: Obama sal werk.      > Obama sal nie werk nie.
Verlede:   Obama het gewerk. > Obama het nie gewerk nie.