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Do you have any book?

Do have any books?

Do both sound ok to you? Please advise.

LCChang
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No, the second sentence isn't good English, I'm afraid. If you meant 'Do you have any books', then it's fine.

The first sentence is grammatically correct, although 'any' is normally followed by a plural noun. Also, the sentence seems a bit unlikely, as it refers to one book only -- you're suggesting that someone might have only one book.
LcchangDo you have any books?

Do you have any books?

Do both sound ok to you? Please advise.

LCChang

1. 'book' is a countable noun.....must be plural.

2. All sentences need a subject.
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Hi guys,
sorry for my lame question, but since we are talking about "any", I was wondering:

you say "Do you have any books?"
but shoud I say "Have you found the definition in any books?" or "...any book?"

Thank you Emotion: smile
Philip
Lcchang
Do you have any books?

Do you have any books?

Do both sound ok to you? Please advise.

LCChang

1. 'book' is a countable noun.....must be plural.

2. All sentences need a subject.

Thanks for correcting my sentences. They should look like what you modified.

Do you have any books?

Do you have any books?

LCChang
Philip
LcchangDo you have any books?

Do you have any books?

Do both sound ok to you? Please advise.

LCChang
1. 'book' is an countable noun.....must be plural.
2. All sentences need a subject.
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Bird,

'A' only becomes 'an' in front of a vowel. A countable noun is correct.
Sorry, I thought it was uncountable. You are right.
KooyeenHi guys,
sorry for my lame question, but since we are talking about "any", I was wondering:

you say "Do you have any books?"
but shoud I say "Have you found the definition in any books?" or "...any book?"

Thank you Emotion: smile

Here 'any' has the sense of 'it doesn't matter which' or 'whatever', so I'd suggest you say:

'Have you found the definition in any book?'.
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