No or Not?
‘No’ is used to respond to questions.
'Do you speak French? No.'
‘No’ is used before a noun without an article.
'Learning English is no joke.'
If there is an article (such as 'a' and 'the'), you use ‘not’.
'Learning English is not a joke.'
‘Not’ is used before the words enough, many, any and much.
There’s not enough time.
‘Not’ is used to make verbs negative.
'You’re not listening.'