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    any + noun+(s)

    hello, i'm a newcomer here.i would like to ask about the usage of the word 'any'.
    besides,i want to know when to add an 's' at the end of the noun and in what situation that we don't.
    thank you.


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    Re: any + noun+(s)

    This is too huge a question to answer really! The answer would take hours, but here is a link to help you understand the many uses of "any".

    Click here Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Press

    Fill out the registration form...you'll find that more people will respond to your questions.
    Welcome! Moggy

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