I have no [few] suits I can wear at formal
occasions ［colleagues to go out with after work］.
I heve no [little] time to sleep soundly ［knowledge about
how to use the machine］.
No [Few] citizens are so stupid as
to believe what that politician said in his campaign speech.
Few movie directors in Japan are as well
known to the world as Kurosawa.
As the civil war was breaking out, there
were no [few] tourists in the area.
The singer has recorded nothing for the
past several years.
Nothing was needed for my daughter's education,
thanks to the scholarship she got from the government.
Indeed the issue may be serious for them,
but it's nothing to me.
Do you have any special preference? −No,
nothing in particular.
There's nothing special in his resume
［damaged in the small typhoon, to worry about in carrying
out the task, I can do for you any more］.
This is nothing different from the former
product except the packaging.
No one [Nobody] else lived on the
island besides the natives.
There was no one [nobody] killed
nor injured in the railway accident.
≒ No one [Nobody] was killed nor injured in the railway
No matter how much I was asked, I told
the secret to no one [nobody].
Not studying at all, she could answer
none [few] of the questions in the exam she took yesterday.
He has none of the experience the other
people had, to be sure, but he has a good sense to get on
through the world.
None [Few] of the hotels I've ever
stayed at gave me as good a service as this one.