Are both sentences OK?
You have no respect to anybody.
You don't have respect to anybody.
Jun 1, 2015 11:56 AM
Answers · 2
Your sentences are close, but I think this more accurate:
You have no respect for anyone.
You don't have respect for anyone.
'Anybody' and 'anyone' are both acceptable, I just find 'anyone' to be more formal.
Well done, and hope I've helped. :)
June 1, 2015
You can also say, "You do not have any respect for anyone." Or "You don't have any respect for anybody."