Je ne voir aucun assiettes. Apparenty it should be assiette. Why does the noun have be singular? I don't see any PLATES!
In the sentence ‘je ne vois aucune assiette’ (= I see no plate = there are none), ‘assiette’ is singular because in French, aucun/ne means ‘zero / none’. As they are none, you cannot add an-s to assiette.
Je n’ai aucun problème avec ce concept = I have no problem with this concept (= zero problem)
Il ne fait aucun effort = he makes no effort (= zero effort)
I hope this helpful.
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