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I "Not […] or […] anything" has the following renderings. ni…ni…quoi que ce soit, ** ne rien […] et ne rien […]**, **rien […] ou […] The first sentence is slightly wrong; here are correct forms. Je ne vais ni manger ni boire quoi que ce soit. Je ne vais rien manger et ne rien boire. Je ne vais rien manger ou boire. The second second form, is ...


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The first one would just be: Je ne vais ni manger ni boire. Rien is redundant but if you want to emphasize the fact you'll eat/dring nothing: Je ne vais ni manger ni boire quoi que ce soit. Using both rien and ni would make an heavy double negation, i.e. a positive statement: Je ne vais ni rien manger, ni rien boire. -> Despite what was expected, I ...


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