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    Do you have any question? VS. Do you have any questions?

    Do you have any question? VS. Do you have any questions?

    Can I say either one at the end of classes for the same meaning or is there a reason saying singular one or plural one or is there any nuance between them?

    Thank you so much as usual and have a good and safe day wherever you are.



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    Re: Do you have any question? VS. Do you have any questions?

    'Do you have a question?' is what you might hear when a single person is being invited to ask a single question.

    In your context 'Do you have any questions?' is appropriate.

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    Re: Do you have any question? VS. Do you have any questions?

    Thank you so much and someone says that any singular form ( any question ) has a more emphasis than any plural form ( any questions ) but they mean the same. Do you agree with this? Thank you so much as usual.

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    Re: Do you have any question? VS. Do you have any questions?

    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****

    Quote Originally Posted by sky3120 View Post
    Thank you so much and someone says that any singular form ( any question ) has a more emphasis than any plural form ( any questions ) but they mean the same. Do you agree with this? Thank you so much as usual.
    No. 'Do you have any question?' is unnatural. There are many threads on this:

    http://forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?t=1906203
    http://forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?t=1834457

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