What Is Their Main Difference?
'Anything' can refer to whatever thing no matter what it is. It's usually used in negative sentences. When you do not care what a thing is, you can use 'anything'.
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'Anything' in Questions and Conditionals
'Anyone' is the singular indefinite pronoun that refers to an unspecific person (any person).
Use Singular Verbs for Both
'Anyone' and 'anything' are both used with a singular verb.
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Are 'anything' and 'any thing' both acceptable words in standard English? If yes, are they interchangeable? If no, which one is correct?
Anything vs. Something
In this part, we are going to discuss the meanings and uses of 'something' and 'anything'. We will look at their similarities and differences.
Anything vs. Nothing
'Nothing' and 'anything' are two indefinite pronouns that have similar meanings. But they are used differently in a sentence. Let's check these two out!
Anything vs. Anything Else
What is the difference between 'anything' and 'anything else'? Do they have the same meaning? Let's see their similarities and differences.
Anything vs. Anythings
Can 'anything' as an indefinite pronoun be used in plural form? Is 'anythings' correct in standard English? Let's find out.