Thanks. This is very useful. I'll keep this in mind.1. any (one) brand
2. any (one) occasion
When you use brackets for 'one', does 1. that mean 'one' have to be in there? Or It is also correct when 'one' is not in there?1. any (one) brand
2. Or It is also correct when 'one' is not in there? (Statement?)
3. Or Is it also correct when 'one' is not in there? (Question?)
4. Do you have any (one) car I could use? (So this is incorrect right? Or is it correct because 'one' is omitted?)=> Do you have an (one) car (I could use)? (Said at a rent-a-car company)
What do these mean?
5. Do you have any one car I could use?
6. Do you have any one car I can use?
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