I taught my students that they can use any in questions with abstract countable nouns. Was I right? For example:
Do you have any idea? (idea = abstract but countable)
Do you have any reason to do it? (= reason = abstract but countable)
And I also taught them that they can use no even with abstract countable nouns / countable nouns.
I have no reason to do it.
I don't have any reason to do it.
I can use both of these interchangeably?
But what about
I have no car.
I don't have a car.
Can I use both of these interchangeably too? Or there is a difference between them? Like no emphasizes the status of not having the thing?
I don't have a car - a normal sentence
Take your car, Tom.
But I have no car!! How many times do I have to tell you?!
Thanks a lot!