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How Do You Say "Didn't" In Spanish?

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Tony Valecci answered
Spanish-speakers don't make verbs negative the same way we do in English. We change "He watched the movie" to "He didn't watch the movie."
 
In Spanish, it's really easier: You simply place "no" before the verb (no matter what tense or subject)
 
"Él vio la película" becomes "Él no vio la película."
 
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Aisha answered
The Spanish translation for the English word didn't or did not is "no".
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The context of the word didn't is important to know in order to answer this inquiry.
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The context of the entire sentence you are trying to use is important to get the answer you are seeking. Please write the entire sentence in order to answer your inquiry.

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