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  1. xander
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    anything or any thing

    I am never sure when to use anything or any thing.

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    Thumbs up Re: anything or any thing

    Hello xander,

    Well, I've had quite the time trying to post this answer! Attempt #4.

    Here is a link that explains the one word "anything". It delineates the 4 uses: pronoun, adverb, noun, idiom.

    With "any thing", I'd treat it as two words meaning whatever object.

    I hope this helps you!

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