After our discussion here I want to know if we can use anything instead of everything, (correspondigly anyone vs everyone & anywhere vs everywhere).
For example, John eats any tropical fruit have same meaning with John eats every tropical fruit.
What about John has been everywhere in Europe vs John has been anywhere in Europe, and everyone have passed this easy test vs anyone have passed this easy test.
I think it could be possible in some cases (depending on context). Or I am wrong?
Last edited by Yiagos; 02-Jan-2014 at 14:31. Reason: Formal language usage.
Apart of formal language usage, was I clear?
If anyone needs any clarification, let me know.
Last edited by Yiagos; 02-Jan-2014 at 14:41.
After your post Tdol, I am trying to understand you. I think any + derivatives can interchange every + derivatives, in some cases. But rarely.
Last edited by Yiagos; 03-Jan-2014 at 17:38.