Noor
никого и некого , Ничего и нечего what's the difference between both of them ?
Nov 28, 2014 1:04 PM
Answers · 5
Никого says of the absence of somebody somewhere. Здесь никого нет. Некого says that there is no person who can do some actions or who can be an subject for some actions. (those actions described with with word "некого") Некому дать. Некого винить. Ничего says of the absence of something somewhere. Там ничего нет. Здесь ничего нет. Ничего страшного. Нечего means that there is no thing that can be an object or subject for actions. Нечего есть. (Nothing to eat) That also mean that someone shouldn't do something. Нечего здесь ходить (You shouldn't walk here).
November 28, 2014
Никого you can to use if you say about the fact that there is no one.
November 30, 2014
You should use "Никого" or "Ничего" with negative verbs, but "Некого" or "Нечего" with positive verbs.
November 28, 2014
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