pas and du tout in English

RomanC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

pas and du tout in English

You say: "Note that pas and du tout CAN be separated, quite like in English." Alas, the examples do not differ:

Elle n'est pas du tout stupide!
She's not stupid at all!

Elle n'est pas stupide du tout!
She's not stupid at all!

Asked 11 months ago
ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor
The example differs in French.
RomanC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
Surely, but I meant they shoul differ in English too, as far as the comment to this exercise suggests literally: "quite like in English"

pas and du tout in English

You say: "Note that pas and du tout CAN be separated, quite like in English." Alas, the examples do not differ:

Elle n'est pas du tout stupide!
She's not stupid at all!

Elle n'est pas stupide du tout!
She's not stupid at all!

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