What Are Their Main Differences?
In fact, 'any' and 'every' are different in some grammatical functions and what they refer to.
What Any and Every Mean?
can refer to one, several, or all of a certain group of things and people.
can refer to all of a certain group, or each individual member in a group.
They didn't have
We used to meet each other
is followed by plural countable nouns, or singular uncountable nouns.
is used with singular countable nouns.
You can take
I don't have
You are responsible for
- 'Any' is used as:
- a determiner
- an adverb
- a pronoun.
- 'Every' is used as:
- a determiner.
Do you have
I wasn't acting
"Did you bring the glitter?" "I didn't have
is used with singular and plural verbs.
is used with singular verbs.
There were not