While writing an email I was confused about using none. Which one is true among the given options?

  • none of the claims satisfy the admission


  • none claims satisfy the admission

  • Please include more context, or provide us with the source. Or are you just checking which among this is correct? – Varun Nair Jun 16 '17 at 5:48
  • Please use the edit link to tell us more about this sentence. Which example do you think is correct, and why? Can you tell us what research you did to learn about the use of none? – P. E. Dant Reinstate Monica Jun 16 '17 at 5:56

Only the first sentence is correct. Please observe the general structure:

[none] [of the + noun]

[all] [of the + noun]

[some] [of the + noun]

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I agree with the comments that a little more information on the context of these sentences would be helpful. However from what you have provided so far, your first sentence sounds more natural.

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