Is 'Anythings' Correct?
There is no such word as 'anythings' in standard English. So, if you want to use 'things' as in plural, then you need to use 'any things' (with a space between 'any' and 'thing'). For example:
'Anything left on the garbage will be cats' food', is also correct.
Never use 'anythings'. It's wrong in every contexts.
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