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N'aura nul lieu is quite outdated. Modern French rather uses either n'aura aucun lieu or n'aura nulle part. In any case, this is not a double negation example but just a split negative where both ne and nul(le)/aucun are used to negate "aura un lieu/aura quelque part" (i.e. will have "somewhere" vs will have "nowhere"). A real ...


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The first part of split negatives (ne) tend to disappear in French, so c'est plus pareil is simply the spoken French version of ce n'est plus pareil ("it's no longer the same"). Here plus is enough to understand it is a negation, especially when hearing the sentence because its final S is not pronounced. There is then another c'est plus pareil ...


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