I am not sure whether these ways of transforming sentences affirmative into negative are acceptable by native speakers or not ?
I see most of which don't go with the standard rules to each language may concern. Please follow these examples :
Affirmative : Everyone loves him. Negative : No one hates him. Or There is no one who does not love him. Or There is no one but loves him. (( they change the verb into opposite ))
No one hates him = the same meaning ( everyone loves him )
Affirmative : Everyone hates him-------- I can say Everyone dislikes him = Negative Some would say : everyone doesn't love him = acceptable
Or perhaps I suggest : [ No one hates him \ Nobody hates him. ] but they consider it wrong ! I don't know how these new ways come to English! Though it is mostly adapted by indian , yet the English language is the same.
Moreover, some pages tell that a sentence begins with ( No one ) is considered affirmative ?
Here is : Examples \ affirmative
No one is sleeping in my bed.
no one = not ( anyone ) not any person ( so it carries negative meaning ) I can't understand this manner of norms and perhaps I refuse.
In my opinion, must not two different English languages in the world.
Please guide me to find a book which keeps with the standard rules especially with these indefinite pronouns how to transform each in negative and affirmative.
I am likely dispersed and desperate because I don't find in Google but the books of Indian grammarians.