"I do not have any money money left"

stephen

Kwiziq community member

23 October 2017

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"I do not have any money money left"

Is the same as"I do not have any more money" so why put both these answers to the same question, because they are both right in English.

This relates to:
Manquer (de) + thing = To miss / lack something -

Chris

Kwiziq community member

24 October 2017

24/10/17

I agree, the two English sentences you cite carry the same meaning in English. I would expect that they both be counted as correct. Did you find something different?

-- Chris.

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