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Distinction between “not everyone” and “no-one”
I recently learnt that だれも means "everyone" with an affirmative verb and "no-one" with a negative verb. So, the literal translation of the Japanese "No-one is here" would be "Everyone is not here". ...
Oct 15 '13 at 10:27
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