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    Post result bannym

    Hello Teacher.

    I Need knowing when to use None, or No, or Not

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    Re: result bannym

    Welcome to the forum, dnvgranado.

    Your question is far too broad to be answered in one thread. Try posting some examples of sentences which have caused you problems, and we may be able to help.

    Please try to give your threads a title that gives us an idea of what it is about, "No/Not/None ?" would have been good for this one.

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    Re: result bannym

    . . .and if you enter No/Not/None in the Search box at the top of the page you will find links to other discussions relating to this topic.

    Rover

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