I'll come to Germany not at a weekend, but on a weekday
What's the difference between
-"I'll come to Germany not at a weekend, but on a weekday" and "I won't come to Germany at a weekend, but on a weekday";
- "He is good not only at math, but also at history" and "He isn't good only at math, but also at history"?
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