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    #1

    Anything/Everything is fine.

    Chris: I'm a little thirsty.
    Ben: What would you like to drink?
    Chris: ______ is fine. Just get it now.
    (A) Nothing (B) Everything (C) Anything (D) Something

    The answer to the above question is option C. Why is option B incorrect?
    I need native speakers' help.

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    #2

    Re: Anything/Everything is fine.

    You only want one liquid, not every liquid he has available.

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