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I don't have any
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (used before a noun)
a. no tengo nada de (uncountable noun)
I don't have any money. Otherwise, I would go with you guys.No tengo nada de dinero. De lo contrario, los acompañaría.
b. no tengo ninguno (plural countable noun)
I don't have any of the reports here. They're all in my office.No tengo ninguno de los informes aquí. Están todos en mi oficina.
2. (used to refer to a noun)
a. no tengo (uncountable noun)
Do you have any beer in the fridge? - No, I don't have any. Sorry.¿Tienes cerveza en el refrigerador? - No, no tengo. Lo siento.
b. no tengo ninguno (countable noun)
Are we all out of pencils? - I'm not sure. I don't have any.¿Ya no nos quedan lápices? - No estoy seguro. Yo no tengo ninguno.
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