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  1. Yourjones
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    there aren't any cars outside

    Hello,

    I have asked similar questions, but I still have doubt in whether I should say:

    1. "There aren't any cars outside" or "There isn't any car outside".

    and

    2. "There are no cars outside" or "There is no car outside".

    Thanks a lot.

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    #2

    Re: there aren't any cars outside

    NOT A TEACHER
    But I'd go with: There are no cars outside.

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    #3

    Re: there aren't any cars outside

    You should generally say 1a and 2a. Have you had contrary advice?

  3. Yourjones
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    Oh thanks! I'm not a navive speaker, so I was not sure. But now I am sure thanks to your answer!

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