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    'no' and 'none'

    Could you please tell me the difference between the word 'no' and 'none' and how to use them? Please give me contexts.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: 'no' and 'none'

    NOT A TEACHER

    Have you looked up both words in a dictionary? Dictionary entries provide a lot example sentences.

    none - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online

    no - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online

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