Why is it not "Non, ici rien n'est PAS cher"?
I saw in a previous post that you refer us to Ne ... rien = Nothing (French Negations), but this says that you don't need "pas" in situations where you use a different word in place of "pas"... so you could use "n'est rien" instead of "n'est pas". But in the text above, "rien" is already in the sentence, so we shouldn't repeat it, right? So, where is the "PAS"? Or can any adjective simply replace the "pas"?
Please clarify... et merci beaucoup!