Does separating pas & non plus convey something different from putting them together?

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Rebecca

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4 February 2019

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Does separating pas & non plus convey something different from putting them together?

For the "Je ne regarde pas non plus le télé" vs. "Je ne regarde pas le télé non plus", does one mean "I [like you] also don't watch tv" and the other mean "I don't watch tv either [in addition to another activity]"?

This question relates to:
French lesson "Ne ... pas non plus = Not ... either (negation)"

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

5 February 2019

5/02/19

Hi Rebecca, 

You can say both without altering the meaning but to me it means you agreeing with another person who does not watch 'la télé' either....

Hoep this helps!

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