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  • Silver_Biscuit

    Senior Member
    English - UK
    Yes, but it sounds a little bit stilted without the contraction (aren't any comments yet). The first option sounds more formal, the second (with the contraction) sounds more informal, the second (without the contraction) sounds a bit unnatural.


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    British English
    Hi. Can we say instead of "There are no comments yet" , "There are not any comment yet" ?

    In addition to SB's reasons for not accepting your last example, if you did want to use that sentence you would need to use the plural "comments" not "comment".

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