What Are Their Main Differences?
Nouns They Refer to
is mostly used with countable nouns.
I needed candles for the cake, but
is usually used with uncountable nouns.
- 'Nothing' and 'none':
She asked for the spare keys, but I had
I have done
Using Affirmative Verbs
- 'None' and 'nothing':
are used with affirmative verbs.
The doctor said
All the students went to the party, but
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