- Incorrect: I havent nothing to prove.
- Correct: I have nothing to prove. OR I havent got anything to prove.
- Incorrect: Alice cant hardly wait until her birthday.
- Correct: Alice can hardly wait for the holidays. OR Alice cant wait for the holidays.
- Incorrect: There wasnt nobody at the door. Correct: There was nobody at the door. OR There wasnt anybody at the door.
Note that nobody means the same as not anybody. In the same way, nothing means the same as not anything.
Dead and died: differences New!
Definite article or indefinite article - what to use?
Due to and owing to
Due to, owing to, because of and on account of
During, in and for