What is the difference between "NO" and "NOT" ?                                                  .

 

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The word no never precedes: a, an, the, any, much, many, enough.

 

No is used:

  • as an exclamation.
  • as an adjective before singular and plural nouns.

 

Not is used:

  • as an adverb to make a sentence negative. 
  • to make an adjective or adverb negative.
  • in short replies with a number of verbs.

 

Examples:

  • We have no money in the bank now.
  • We do not have any money in the bank now.

 

More examples: http://languagelearningbase.com/49110/difference-between-no-and-not

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so If I make a sign what says something like "No money" because I'm poor or I don't have money and I want to demonstrate it to everybody ¿is this correct?

ignore at all if this fact is logic or not

thanks!

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