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nothing vs everything #1 (permalink) Wed May 23, 2007 18:13 pm   nothing vs everything
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #76 "Anything, nothing, something, everything", question 6

Did you bring ......... you needed for the trip?

(a) no
(b) any
(c) nothing
(d) everything

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #76 "Anything, nothing, something, everything", answer 6

Did you bring everything you needed for the trip?

Correct answer: (d) everything
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In this case why, I'm can't used nothing or everything.
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nothing vs everything #2 (permalink) Wed May 23, 2007 19:11 pm   nothing vs everything
 

Why would you ask someone "Did you bring nothing you needed..."? The context would not make sense...
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