Re: Multiple choice option: she had non / she had nothing
Just because she doesn't have any paper, that doesn't mean she has nothing at all. She might have had twenty pens, three rules, twelve pencils, a protractor, a sunhat, a pair of glasses and a stuffed lion but none of that matters. What she doesn't have is any paper. If you turn it into a question and answer, it might be clearer:
Originally Posted by sb70012
How much paper do you have?
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