What's the reason this sentence has "eikä" in it and it's not "koira on likainen ja meillä ei ole saippuaa"?
I am wondering too.
I understand that eikä serves as a combination of ei and ja.
The "any" is not needed here.
Could anyone please explain the difference between eikä and eikö? I haven't understood yet why one sentence uses the first word and the other one uses the second?
Eikö is Ei (No/Does not) + kö (question particle). It is used to ask a negative question. Eikä is Ei + kä (clitic) which often serves as a conjunction between two clauses.