196 Anything, Nothing, Anyone, & No One – Vocabulary Lesson

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196 Anything, Nothing, Anyone, & No One - Vocabulary Lesson

They didn’t find anything they liked.

Anything, nothing, anyone & no one are four words that can be problematic for a lot of English learners. For today’s English lesson, let’s check out how we use these four in everyday English.

Here are the example sentences:

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How to use anything:

  • I didn’t eat anything for breakfast.
  • We thought it was strange that Tom didn’t say anything to his boss.
  • Did Cathy find anything on sale at the store?

How to use nothing:

  • I ate nothing for breakfast.
  • We thought it was strange that Tom said nothing to his boss.
  • Cathy said she found nothing on sale at the store.

How to use anyone:

  • I didn’t see anyone in the meeting room at 3:00.
  • I couldn’t find anyone to take care of my dog when I go on vacation.
  • Does Cathy know anyone who still uses CDs?

How to use no one:

  • I saw no one in the meeting room at 3:00.
  • I found no one to take care of my dog when I go on vacation.
  • Cathy said she knows no one who still uses CDs.

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