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Hi, I'm Sam from BBC Learning English,
and today we're looking at the difference between
no, not any and none.
Let's have a look.
Imagine you ask me this question:
Do you have any change?
I have zero change,
and I can say this in three different ways:
Sorry, I have no change.
– where we use the verb have with no
followed by a noun.
Sorry, I don't have any change.
– where we use the negative don't
followed by the verb followed by any
followed by the noun.
Or, I can say:
Sorry, none at all
– where we use none without a verb or a noun,
so it's a short answer.
So now you shouldn't have any problems with this!
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No vs not any vs none: English In A Minute

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Evangeline published on September 12, 2018    Emma translated    April Lu reviewed
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