These words can be used at the beginning of a sentence or you can use them by themselves as answers to questions. (Just like none!)
Please read the following examples:
Be careful of this common mistake:
We don’t use nobody/nothing/nowhere with a negative verb – isn’t/didn’t/can’t etc.
Look at these examples:
“I may change jobs this summer but I need to keep it a secret. No-one can know.” NOT No-one can’t know.
~ appearing suddenly, without warning.
When we were camping a bear came out of nowhere and scared us!
It was a nice day and suddenly dark clouds and rain came out of nowhere.
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