http://www.engvid.com/ In this English grammar lesson, I give you some clear rules you can follow on when to use 'no', and when to use 'not'. After the class, take the free quiz at http://www.engvid.com/how-to-use-no-not-in-english/ Oh, one note: in the lesson, I suggest not using these words in the same sentence. To be clear, they should usually not be used together in the same *clause*.
There is no program today in the hall. (note spelling of the word "program" in English)
There will be no program today in the hall.
There is not a program today in the hall.
There will not be a program today in the hall.
Dear Mr James! I dont understand this sentence. Can you explain to me " you have to receive an A..., and no lower than a B+ " why they use "no lower" while "lower" is an adj . Hope you would help me for this. Thank you!
+Jaime Cardenas Yes, but it sounds strange. It would be part of a strong discussion, for extra stress.
M J has many opponents. No, MJ has NO opponents.
In general conversation, we probably would politely say "MJ doesnt have any opponents."
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that in your "When not to use "no" with any, many, much, or enough", the example to explain "no" with enough is incorrect.
You used "I do not have enough money" "I do no have enough money", but that is actually not showing when not to use no with enough, but when not to use no with a verb. I would say a correct example is "It is not enough" "It is no enough".
Otherwise, if you use the -I do not have enough money- you're only explaining when to use no or not with a verb.
Please tell me if what I'm saying is incorrect, I would like to know.
I hope one day I will have an opportunity to work with you!
PS Who should we put the article AN before the word opportunity if the very noun here is uncountable? Why do we have to put articles before uncountable articles?
well, it depends if you're trying to say that there's nothing to worry or if you're trying to relax someone
so when you're trying to tell someone that there's nothing to worry about, you can say "no worry, man, no problem" and if you're trying to relax someone is like "I'm fine, dad, don't worry about me"
well, I hope that helped you