Similarity and Difference
'Everything' refers to all objects, seen or unseen. We use 'everything' to refer to all things that are related to the subject. Use a singular verb after everything.
You have to tell him
On the other hand, 'anything' refers to any of the things that are related to the subject. It can either be one, all, or some of the quantity or extent of a thing.
He doesn't want
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