Is this a double negation? Is it still grammatically correct? If not, what is a better form? He cannot go outside (legally, not physically), because he is under house arrest. The meaning is that ...
Is there a rule about double negations that aren't meant as double negations (e.g. “We don't need no education”)?
How can you explain that this double negation is not a double negation? Is there a rule in English about this kind of sentence? PS / Do I have to mention Pink Floyd Copyright ? :-) Edit : Since ...
How should I interpret the following lyric from America: we ain't had no time to drink that beer?
There are more Google matches for the first sentence, but the last one sounds better to me. Which one is correct?
This song by The Rolling Stones, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction". As a non-native speaker, I always wondered what's the exact meaning of this phrase? Is it "I'm not getting any satisfaction" (this ...