I have something for you to learn. There is nothing else more important than this podcast. Ok, maybe that’s not something smart to say, but anything else may not work. What?
In this English lesson, let’s look at 5 different grammar patterns you can use with something, anything, and nothing. Oh yeah, and these patterns also work well with someone, anyone, and noone too!
Here are some of the example sentences from this episode. To see all of them and to get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or join my Podcast Learner’s Group for the transcript, live group lessons, and more.
- I don’t have anything warm to wear.
- Would you like more dessert or coffee? Thanks, but nothing else. I’m so full.
- There is nothing for the kids to play with at grandma’s house, so why don’t we bring something for them to do.
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