Sentence 34: All the boys are good at cooking, but………………… ……..is as good as the girls.
– None: is a pronoun; can be subject
Eg: We hoped that they would come, but none came. (We were hoping they would come, but no one did.)
We can use: None + of + N/pronoun.
We have three daughters but none of them live/lives nearby.
None can stand alone
Eg: “I’d like some more cheese.” “I’m sorry there’s none left”.
– every + N singular
Eg: Every sentence must have verb. (Every sentence must have a verb.)
– either + N or FEMALE
Eg: Either you or I come there.
– neither + N nor N
Eg: Neither you nor I come there.
=> Answer D (All boys are good at cooking, but no one is as good as girls.)