Once upon time I was, and still am, working on something with the code below. Is it possible to make the opposite as in “a room is not usually monkey accessible”? I’m assuming so but the syntax is evading me or I have another error that’s causing a problem but can’t find the connection.
A room can be monkey-accessible. A room is usually monkey-accessible.
The Grand Ballroom is not monkey-accessible.
The Wreck is not monkey-accessible.
The Cave is not monkey-accessible. [or whatever...]
A room is usually not monkey-accessible
Damn it, not usually vs. usually not.
If I recall correctly, it’s also possible to write
A room is seldom monkey-accessible.
It’s a bit shorter, so I prefer this way.
As why it’s
usually not and not
not usually: it’s because if you don’t specify an opposite (
A room can be monkey-accessible or monkey-inaccessible), then the opposite becomes
not + the adjective. So you have to read
not monkey-accessible as a single adjective meaning the opposite of
That’s a good description, and thank you for the terser version.