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    dihen is offline Member
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    Default "any" with adjectives, relative clauses, and prepositional phrases?

    I know that "any" cannot be used before negation or without negation in a declarative sentence, but is it correct if "any" has something to modify it?

    like these:

    "I did [anything I could do.]"
    "[Anyone without a...] cannot..."
    "[Any wise person] will not..."

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    Default Re: "any" with adjectives, relative clauses, and prepositional phrases?

    I think, yes..

    and when used like that, it means: everthing I could do..:)

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