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impossible = pas possible
So it is a negative meaning.
The 'si' in effect contradicts the first statement.
Vous n'avez aucun DVD en anglais ? ---> Si, j'en ai quelques -uns
Hope this helps!
Tu ne vas pas autravail? — Si, j’y vais!
You don’t go to work? — Yes (of course) I go there. (Literal translation)
Thanks Chris. I did understand the “Si” was used as a contradictory “yes”, but I have never seen it used with anything but “ne ...pas” as in your example and the examples in the grammar lesson. It seems that it is used if negation is implied?
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