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Kwiziq community member
7 January 2018
Could you also use aucun?
She doesn't have any milk left. "Elle n'a plus aucun de lait" Would that be considered wrong?
This relates to:N'avoir plus de = To have none left (negation) -
8 January 2018
Kwiziq language super star
6 February 2018
It is incorrect to say what you suggest for, She doesn't have any milk left .
You would say , Elle n'a plus de lait or even, Elle n'a plus du tout de lait.
For the double negatives using aucun here are a couple of examples using ne plus and aucun , Elle n'a plus aucun respect pour lui, or, Elle n'a plus aucun ami, which will translate as, She has no respect left for him whatsoever, She has no friends left whatsoever.
Hope this helps!
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