"Je n'ai jamais rien dit!" is an example sentence, and there is a quiz question that tests this.
Just wondering if there is a rule explaining why it is incorrect to say "Je n'ai jamais dit rien!" ?
Hahahaha, thanks for the kind words, but I honestly don't know of a specific reason. With language learning, the ultimate goal is to assimilate stuff. Trying to find a reason can sometimes be helpful but many times there just is no reason.
Would you accept a "just because" as answer? If not, I don't really know what to say except refer you back to the lesson.
Hahaha, yes Chris, given how many answers you've provided over the last months, "just because" will do just fine. Thanks
it's because of french syntax, adverbs in this context will always preceed the main verb
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