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    Question "for any reason" or "for some reason"


    I am cofused which to use "for any reason" or "for some reason" for sentences.
    I almost understnd the meaning of "any" and "some", however I do not understand the differences between "for any reason" and "for some reason". Please kindly let me know.

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    Re: "for any reason" or "for some reason"

    'For any reason' is less specific- it could be any reason whatsoever. 'For some reason' is more specific- it implies that there might be a single reason.


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