Il y a des fleurs partout.
Négation : il n'y a de fleurs nulle part.
Ou - il n'y a pas de fleurs nulle part.
Je fais du jogging. Négation : je ne fais pas de jogging ou je ne fais pas du jogging.
Dans cette phrase, est-ce que du est articles partitives ou contractés ?
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This is a very tricky aspect of French grammar and leads to a lot of confusion.
I think that you need to review Indefinite articles and also when there is negation.
Un/une become de/d' in negative sentences in French (French Indefinite Articles)
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