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    which sentence is right?

    Hello,
    Which if the two sentences is right or both are right?
    1.The exercise is too difficult for anyone of us to do.
    2.The exercise is so difficult that none of us can do it.
    Thanks in advance

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    Re: which sentence is right?

    yes, both are right.


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    Re: which sentence is right?

    Quote Originally Posted by basharath2
    yes, both are right.
    Thank you a lot. but I met with the two sentences in an exam paper and I have to choose one of them. I wish that the examiner has made a mistake.

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    Re: which sentence is right?

    The answer they're looking for is b). I imagine that they would prefer 'any (one) of us' instead of 'anyone'.

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