Whilst it's considered bad English to use double negatives, in French double negatives are the correct form in some combinations.
Learn how to make multiple negations in French
Look at these cases:
Note that you can mix jamais, rien, personne and nulle part (never, nothing, no one, nowhere) with each other.
Note: jamais always comes before rien, personne or nulle part.
You can also use any of those with ne ... plus (not anymore / not again):
plus nulle part
(for the last three, plus always comes first)
You CANNOT mix ne... pas/guère/point (not, hardly, at all) with rien, jamais, personne or nulle part.
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