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How to express the following meaning:
There are several implements. However I pick three of them, these three implements can form a kit.
Can I say any three of the implements form a kit？
Can I say arbitrary three of the implements form a kit？
Please show me some brief ways to express this meaning, the more the better.
Thank you very much in advance.
Last edited by enydia; 07-May-2008 at 04:15.
Yes, it is.
Any two pencils are acceptable
Any nine dogs are barking at one time
Any five children are in the race.
It is the number of units that controls the verb.