I'm wondering what the difference between "There is no any type of harm done to animals" and "There is not any type of harm done to animals" is? Moreover, in contracting the negative phrase "There isn't", does it differ?
Thank you in advance.
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No any is ungrammatical, you can use no or not any.There is no difference in meaning between There is/are no + noun and There isn’t/aren’t any + noun:
There was no reason to be afraid of her. (or There wasn't any reason to be afraid of her.)
No + noun often makes the negative stronger, "no"gives more emphasis. In speaking, no is often stressed.