Use the word none to mean "nothing," "not any," or "no one." If you ate the last donut and your dad asks how many are left, it's up to you to break the sad news that there are none.
None comes from the Old English nan, "not one," from ne, "not" and an, "one." This word is extremely useful. You can use it to mean "zero," like when you had five apples and ate them all, and now you've got none. Or use it for "no one," like when none of your friends showed up on time for your birthday party. If you had doubts about how to use this word, now you'll have none!
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