a. I don't have someone to talk to.
b. I don't have anyone to talk to.
Is there a difference between these sentences?
English is a funny language. We would be more likely to use "someone" in a "positive" sense, such as:Originally Posted by azz
I would like to find someone to talk to.On the other hand, we would be more likely to use "anyone" in a "negative" sense, such as:
I don't have anyone to talk to. (As above.)