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He don't have anything in common at all.
He doesn't have anything in common at all.
They don't have anything in common at all.
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Sentence #289489

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They don't have anything in common at all.
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jbo
dunli fi noda
jpn
彼等にはお互いに共通点がまったくありません。
jpn
彼らはお互いに共通点がまったくありません。
spa
No tiene absolutamente nada en común.
tur
Onların hiç ortak yanı yok.
ukr
Вони не мають зовсім нічого спільного.
pol
Nie mają z sobą zupełnie nic wspólnego.

Comments

ChickenKiev
2010-09-10 17:54
'...in common...with..."

"with" is really needed, isn't it?
deniko
2010-09-10 18:01
I agree. I think it should be either "They don't have anything in common at all", or "He doesn't have anything in common with [whoever]".

It should certainly be checked by a native speaker.
blay_paul
2010-09-10 18:02
I think the problem is that only one party is referred to.

They don't have anything in common at all. (= Tick)