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As you know I think, I’m learning English and I’m a native Spanish speaker. For me, for us Spanish speakers I would dare to say, its difficult to distinguish the difference between None and Nothing in SOME contexts, not always, so general rules usually don’t work. I have a lot of sentences where I cannot decide which word is the best choice, or if both of them can be used. I’m explaining this in order you be generous with me and try to help me (us, Spanish speakers) with these sentences:
1) My little child didn’t eat (none; nothing) of his meal.
2) Of all the movies Sullivan made (none; nothing) is more memorable than “Tears”.
3) She had inherited (none; nothing) of her mother’s beauty.
4) It’d be better to make some sort of decision than (none; nothing) at all.
5) Why are you still in bed when there’s (nothing; none) wrong with you?
6) There’s (nothing; none) on television tonight.
8) I was going to offer you some cake but there’s (none; nothing) left.
10) He’s (nothing; none) but a common criminal.
11) It’s (nothing; none), just a scratch.
12) There’s (nothing; none) like a long hot bath after a day’s climbing.
13) Even an old car is better than (none; nothing).
14) It was (nothing; none) for a family to have ten children in those days.
15) If you have (nothing; none) to do, how about helping me in the garden?
16) (Nothing; None) ever happens in this town.
17) We beat them ten to (nothing; none).
18) A harmless kiss, Dad. It meant (nothing!; none!)
19) There’s (nothing; none) in this box.
20) He said (nothing; none) about it to me.
21) I had (nothing; none) else to say so I signed the letter.
And I promise not to put anymore this kind of post. Sorry,
Eladio
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Eladio, you must do your homework yourself. If you would like to post your answers for the ones you are unsure of, then we will try to help you understand your mistakes.

HINT: 'nothing' means 'no thing', and 'none' means 'not one'.
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Dear Mister Micawber, I understand all of us are busy people. For this reason I explained what I explained at the begining of the post. I'm not doing any home work, be sure, I'm not a child. I really have these doubts. These sentences have been collected by me during several months and I don't know what word to use. If EnglishForward cannot help me I will understand that and I won't complain. Sorry. I'd select the following choices:
1) My little child didn’t eat NOTHING of his meal.
2) Of all the movies Sullivan made (NONE or NOTHING) is more memorable than “Tears”.
3) She had inherited NOTHING of her mother’s beauty.
4) It’d be better to make some sort of decision than (NONE or NOTHING) at all.
5) Why are you still in bed when there’s (NONE or NOTHING) wrong with you?
6) There’s (NONE or NOTHING) on television tonight.
8) I was going to offer you some cake but there’s NOTHING left.
10) He’s (NONE or NOTHING) but a common criminal.
11) It’s (NONE or NOTHING), just a scratch.
12) There’s NOTHING like a long hot bath after a day’s climbing.
13) Even an old car is better than (NONE or NOTHING).
14) It was (NONE or NOTHING) for a family to have ten children in those days.
15) If you have (NONE or NOTHING) to do, how about helping me in the garden?
16) (NONE or NOTHING) ever happens in this town.
17) We beat them ten to (NONE or NOTHING).
18) A harmless kiss, Dad. It meant NOTHING!
19) There’s NOTHING in this box.
20) He said (NONE or NOTHING) about it to me.
21) I had (NONE or NOTHING) else to say so I signed the letter.
OK. As I said elsewhere, 'nothing' = no thing, and 'none' = not one. Some of these appear slightly idiomatic, so that may be why you had trouble with them.

1) My little child didn’t eat NOTHING of his meal. (Wrong. Double negative.)
2) Of all the movies Sullivan made NONE is more memorable than “Tears”.
3) She had inherited NONE of her mother’s beauty.
4) It’d be better to make some sort of decision than NONE at all.
5) Why are you still in bed when there’s NOTHING wrong with you?
6) There’s NOTHING on television tonight.
8) I was going to offer you some cake but there’s NONE left.
10) He’s NOTHING but a common criminal.
11) It’s NOTHING, just a scratch.
12) There’s NOTHING like a long hot bath after a day’s climbing.
13) Even an old car is better than NONE/NOTHING.
14) It was NOTHING for a family to have ten children in those days.
15) If you have NOTHING to do, how about helping me in the garden?
16) NOTHING ever happens in this town.
17) We beat them ten to NOTHING.
18) A harmless kiss, Dad. It meant NOTHING!
19) There’s NOTHING in this box.
20) He said NOTHING about it to me.
21) I had NOTHING else to say so I signed the letter.