not+any – no – none

no-none

The parking lot is empty.

There aren’t any cars in the parking lot.
There are no cars in the parking lot. .

-How many cars are there in the parking lot? -None.

not(-n’t)+any

There aren’t any cars in the parking lot.

Tracey and Jeff don’t have any children.

You can have some coffee, but I don’t want any.

no+noun

There are no cars in the parking lot. (= there aren’t any cars)

We have no coffee. (= we don’t have any coffee)

It’s a nice house. but there’s no garage. (= there isn’t a garage)

They don’t have any children. or They have no children.
(not They don’t have no children)

There isn’t any sugar in your coffee. or There’s no sugar in your coffee.

no and none

We have no money.

Everything was OK. There were no problems.

none and no one

-How much money do you have?
-None (= no money)

-Were there any problems?
-No, none. (=no problems)

A: How much money do you have?
B: None. (= no money)

A: How many people did you meet?
B: None. (= no people)

A: Who did you meet?
B: No one. (or Nobody.)

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