“There's no way.”

English Lesson: There's no way.

Your close friend invited you to go out to a dance club. You say this to her because you definitely don't want to go.

There's no way.

Audio by native English speakers

There's no way.

The phrase "There's no way" is used to completely refuse a request. It means "absolutely not".

There is a shorter version of this:

No way.

And there is also a longer version that you can use when you want to specifically say what you won't do:

There's no way I'm going to a dance club.

This example means "I absolutely will not go to a dance club."