In French, to express not ... anything, you use a specific negative structure: ne ... rien.
Negative sentences with "ne ... rien" in French
Look at these examples:
Notice that to say "nothing / not...anything" with a verb, you wrap the two words ne… rien around the verb.
N.B: you can also use rien on its own to mean 'nothing'.
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