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[37] The form of the expression will necessarily be opposite, when the prohibitive has been changed into the non-prohibitive.1

1 In the first sentence, the statement is imperative, there is a prohibition; in the second, it is a simple affirmative, implying praise. In the one case there is forbidding, in the other not-forbidding, which are opposites.

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