- 3 Post By Verona_82
'There is not...' or 'There is no...'
Do 'There is not...' and 'There is no...' have same meaning and usage
Re: 'There is not...' or 'There is no...'
Why don't you give us full sentences instead of writing only beginnings?
If you mean something like
There is not any milk in the fridge
There is no milk in the fridge
then yes, they mean practically the same
If you mean... However, I don't think the members of this site can (and should) read your mind.
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