Kid me not... Do we not agree?...Are we not friends?

Hey you sweet fella \o/

first of all lemme hug you strongly for your crystal clear answers => PERFECT! you were like a real eng teacher next to me...i got it well...i'm so glad yay! tnxxxxx \o/

now let's go down to business :P stu i don't know why can NOT be used not immediately after modals or WH questions or like above... in what cases we can use that style? is it informal?

7 years ago
Asked 7 years ago
Squishy

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"I kid you not" is idiomatic for "I'm not kidding you." {AUXILIARY + SUBJECT + NOT + VERB} and {BE + SUBJECT + NOT} are the word order for negative questions with uncontracted verb forms, which are formal in style.

Answered 7 years ago
StuPitt

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