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    Left or remained

    Dear Teacher,
    I don't know which is correct"left or remained"
    "We ate all the bananas. There aren't any remained"
    Is it correct if I use"remained".And How different is it ?
    Please help me.

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    Re: Left or remained

    If you want to use the word remained say:

    We ate all the bananas; none remained.

    Otherwise say:

    We ate all the bananas; none were left.

    No difference in meaning.

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