No more / not... any more
I want no more of your money
I don't want any more of your money.
No one / not... anyone
No one called tonight.
I don't want to see anyone tonight.
Never / not... ever
She never wants to see him again.
She doesn't ever want to see him again.
Nothing / not... anything
He does nothing at all.
Can't you do anything right?
Nowhere / not... anywhere
Where are you going? -- Nowhere.
I don't want to go anywhere.
Not a single / not... a single
Not a single letter arrived today.
He doesn't have a single idea what we're doing.
We neither ate nor drank during the ceremony.
I like neither tomatoes nor zucchini.
Only (always placed before the element one whichs to limit):
She only has seven dollars.
We were only playing.
They were the only ones to come
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