yes, it could also be she is not a monkey
Can this not be "he is not a monkey" as well?
I think so. If the monkey were your pet, for example, you'd probably not refer to it as "it".
Specifically, when do I use "NO" and when do I use "NON"?
No is the word for no, non is part of the phrase using the negative form of the verb. So closer to 'not'
You can say so because 'it' is reading a book.
hi, how come I cant say 'no, she is not a monkey' ? una implies feminine....thank you !!! :)
But I think it refers to the gender of the noun rather than the actual gender of the animal. I wonder if you distinguish between male and female animals if you know its gender.
How could you mistake someone for a monkey!!??
It would not be uncommon to compare a climbing child to being (agile) like a monkey.
One might then say in reply 'no, she is not a monkey'
If the someone was the Librarian, it would be the last thing you did.
What is wrong with 'No, it is no monkey'
In my opinion it should be accepted too.
It is a mistake,sorry.
Oh, look at that monkey in the cage!
No it is not a monkey
Hello person i dont know
No that is obviously the zookeeper, Jimmy Jr