Multiple conjugations with Nulle Part

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Multiple conjugations with Nulle Part

When combining conjugations like ne jamais and ne nulle part, do we keep the nulle part rule of going at the end of the clause?

Example:
Je n'ai jamais nulle part allé
Ou

Je n'ai jamais allé nulle part

I never went anywhere

Asked 2 months ago
CélineKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Jamie,

In French, the verb "aller" is conjugated with the auxiliary "être" in Le Passé Composé (not "avoir"):

Je suis allé = I went

Take a look here: 

Conjugate coming and going verbs (+ être) in the compound past in French (Le Passé Composé)

Conjugation of Aller = To go

With "jamais" and "nulle part" in the same sentence:

Je ne suis jamais allé nulle part I never went anywhere

Take a look here: Ne ... nulle part = Nowhere (French Negations)

I hope this is helpful.

Bonne journée !

Multiple conjugations with Nulle Part

When combining conjugations like ne jamais and ne nulle part, do we keep the nulle part rule of going at the end of the clause?

Example:
Je n'ai jamais nulle part allé
Ou

Je n'ai jamais allé nulle part

I never went anywhere

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