It's possible to find a phrase in which the subject can be omitted ? For example: Tomorrow wont have anything to eat. (Mañana no tendremos nada para comer) Aside from that, please correct any mistake you see in this phrases or the whole text: Tomorrow we'll have nothing to eat. Tomorrow won’t have anything to eat PD: I think that [Tomorrow we'll have nothing to eat] It's the worst of them because it makes more sense to not have a thing, than to have "nothing". I mean: I cannot have "nothing" because for having I need the property of ''something". Maybe i'm wrong because the Spanish Grammar it's different, altough in Spanish you can negate twice: Yo no tengo nada. (translation) I don't have nothing.