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    #1

    any + noun/ any + noun(s)

    I with confused with whether "any" should be followed by a plural noun or singular noun, or either is acceptable.

    Any application is subject to the final decision by our company.

    Any applications are subject to the final decision by our company.

    Thank you.

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    Re: any + noun/ any + noun(s)

    Either singular or plural.

    My dog is not just any dog.
    Any dogs found on my property will be turned over to animal control.

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