Are They Opposites?
Is 'Any One' Correct, Too?
The only way you might see the noun phrase 'any one' (with space between them) is when we want to refer to a member of a certain group.
'Who do you think did this?' 'It could be
wasn't at home.)
The verb is positive, but the sentence is negative, because of 'no one' which is a negative marker.
The sentence is negative, because the verb is negative, not because of 'anyone'.
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