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Something, Anything, Nothing….

Something:  (sŭm′thĭng)  pron.  1. An unspecified thing:  ‘Did you bring something for the party?’  2. An unspecified amount or extent:  ‘They know something about the pioneers of this country.’

Anything:  (ĕn′ē-thĭng′)  pron.  Any object, occurrence, or matter whatever:  ‘Do you have anything in your pocket?’

Nothing:  (nŭth′ĭng)  pron.  No thing; not anything, as of an implied or specified class of things:  ‘No, I have nothing in my pocket.’

Anything and nothing are the most frequently confused:

‘I am doing nothing‘ and ‘I am not doing anything‘.  Both mean the same thing, but you can see that the word not (adv.  used to negate the sentence, phrase, or word that it modifies) is very important to the meaning of the second sentence.

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