You could say -
Je n'ai jamais de temps = I never have any time
Je n'ai jamais d'argent = I never have any money
Elle n'a plus d'enfants à la maison = She has no children left at home
and your excellent examples too...
Sorry, hit the wrong key. Why is the syntax not <> It seems from the examples that you still use the regular articles, whereas other forms use <> I don't see an example that offers a direct comparison, so maybe I've missed something?
Sorry, my computer is doing strange things?
Why is the syntax not "Je ne mange jamais DE tomates?" Other negative forms use "Elles n'ont plus DE sucre."
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