何もV-ませんでした is used to add emphasis to a negative sentence, meaning you did nothing. In the Japanese language textbook called Irodori, 何もV-ませんでした is used to answer when asked what you did on your day off.
Related Information about 何（なに）もV-ませんでした
Related information about 何もV-ませんでした is as follows.
|Sentence Pattern||何もV-ませんでした *V:Verb|
|in Irodori||Starter, Lesson 17|
|in Minna no Nihongo||Lesson 6|
|Function||to add emphasis to a negative sentence, meaning you did nothing|
|Situation||when you answer when asked what you did on your day off|
Shuumatsu wa, nani o shimashita ka?
What did you do this weekend?
Nani mo shimasendeshita. Ie de yukkuri shimashita.
I did nothing. I just stayed home and relaxed.
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