What Are Their Main Differences?
The main differences between 'no' and 'none' are their grammatical functions and their meanings.
is mostly used as a pronoun. In other words, it is the pronoun form of 'no'.
is used as an adverb, as a determiner, and as a noun.
"Are you American?" "
The answer to your proposal is a big
means 'not any' or 'not one'.
means 'not any' or 'not one', and it can refer to a negative reply or answer.
None and No as Synonyms
'No' as a determiner and 'none' as a pronoun have the same meanings. Both mean 'not any' or 'not one'.
No. also no.
The written abbreviation of 'number' is (No. or no.).
The written abbreviation of 'numbers' is (Nos. or nos.).
We live on Elm street no. 3.