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    Exclamation ANy


    which one is correct?

    any charges or any charge ? why? thank,

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    Re: ANy

    They could both be correct, depending on how many charges there are. You'd use the singular where there is likely to be a single price- is there any charge for for parking here? However, when there could be multiple charges, like different taxes, then the plural makes sense- are there any charges for importing the goods?


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