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    any + countable noun = single or plural noun?

    Please explain to me about nouns with any: any + plural noun = plural noun or singlular noun?
    Thank you in advance.


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    Re: any + countable noun = single or plural noun?

    Can you give a few examples of what you mean?

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    Re: any + countable noun = single or plural noun?

    I see it, in questions: Does anyone have any pencils? (I could use one, or more).

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