When can one use n'importe où instead of nulle part for anywhere

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nola

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7 February 2018

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When can one use n'importe où instead of nulle part for anywhere

This question relates to:
French lesson "Ne ... nulle part = Nowhere (negation)"

Chris

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7 February 2018

7/02/18

Hi Nola,

"nulle part" -- nowhere
"n'importe où" -- anywhere, as in any ol' place.

Ça m'est égal, allons n'importe où. -- I don't care, let's go anywhere.
Il doit rester à la maison, il ne va nulle part. -- He must stay at home, he is not going anywhere.

Hope that helps, -- Chris (not a native speaker).

 

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