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    1-Don't assume that anyone will help you.

    Can't this mean two things:
    a-It is possible that nobody will help you.
    b-Do not assume that just anyone will help you. (Is this sentence correct?)

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    Re: any II

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan View Post
    1-Don't assume that anyone will help you.

    Can't this mean two things:
    a-It is possible that nobody will help you.
    b-Do not assume that just anyone will help you. (Is this sentence correct?)
    Yes, the sentence is correct. It implies that only some people, perhaps someone specific, will help you.
    It means a.

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