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    Unregistered Guest

    Cool Something or anything

    How is it correct? Do you want anything or something to say?

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    Default Re: Something or anything

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    How is it correct? Do you want anything or something to say?
    Do you want to say anything?

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    frchat Guest

    Default Re: Something or anything

    You can also say, Do you want to say something?

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    Default Re: Something or anything

    I listened that when you are asking something in your case you have to put anything and when you answer you have to answer with something
    I don't know exactly
    Feel free to correct me

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: Something or anything

    If you think they want to speak, it's more common to use 'something'. If you don't know, use 'anything'.

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