I came across this sentence while playing Persona 5 Scramble.


I can't seem to wrap my head around the 何もなし. Specifically how the 何も fits with the なし and the adjective being in the negative form at the end. If someone could please explain the grammar behind it I would be very grateful.

Thanks a million


何もナシ means "(there is) nothing at all".

なし on its own means "there is not", but 何も strengthens the meaning ("there is nothing at all").

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