Is this some expression or just a phrase without a context?
It could be used in real conversation. For example:
Person 1: I had seven beers last night.
Person 2: Seven is nothing! I had fourteen.
That makes so much more sense.
Just a phrase without context.
why isn't "nichts" capitalized, isn't it a noun in this case? or are there any situation where nichts/Keine are capitalized?
english is not my mother tongue so all this is quite an effort for me!!
To be capitalized, it would have to be something of the sort of "the nothingness". Just to qualify seven as nothing, capitalizing does not apply.
No, I think it's an adjective, sort of like "lemons are yellow."
I noticed v turned into b
I thought it was 'Sieben isst nichts' also and was a confusing one they threw in. I thought it was a reference to the joke about six being afraid of seven...
...weil sieben neun aßen? Haha, but not sure the joke translates! :)
That's the one :D