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Forum: English Questions Jun 7th, 2007, 04:54 am
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Posted By susan53
Re: no/any

"No" = " Not ... any", so any time you could use one you could, grammatically, use the other. Eg -

There isn't any milk in the fridge = There's no milk in the fridge.
We did n't see any sign of bats...
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