Difference between 'none left' and 'haven't any more'

ChrisA2Kwiziq community member

Difference between 'none left' and 'haven't any more'

So there is no difference in French between ' i haven't any more chocolate' and 'I haven't any chocolate left'? That was my confusion, I thought it was a trick question.

Asked 1 month ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Chris, 

I believe it is the same as in English, it means the same thing.

Je n'ai plus de lait I have no milk left/ I have run out of milk/I have no more milk ( left)

Bonne Continuation!

JimC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

It's the difference between "n'avoir plus    ---   anymore (no more)

and n'avoir plus de   --- no more of 

Difference between 'none left' and 'haven't any more'

So there is no difference in French between ' i haven't any more chocolate' and 'I haven't any chocolate left'? That was my confusion, I thought it was a trick question.

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