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____ of my classmates studies hard before the big test. (A) Each (B) Everyone (C) Any (D) Some

The answer is A. But is choice C is also acceptable?
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"C" is only acceptable in non assertive and negative sentences.
yours is not a such one.
Hi Inchoateknowledge,

I am not trying to scrutinize your writing but I have a question. Which one is correct?

Yours is not a such one.

Yours is not such a one.

Yours is not such one.

Thank you.
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Inchoateknowledge"C" is only acceptable in non assertive and negative sentences.
yours is not a such one.
Are you sure? What's your comment on the following sentence?

Any of those will work okay. (Quoted from Longman Advanced American Dictionary)
any is not correct here.
some, each are correct options.
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Any is not correct. Some is not correct, either.
"Some of you here have already met Imran." Cambridge Online Dic.
Some of my classmates studies hard before the big test
I do not see any structural dif between the two sentences.
Inchoateknowledge"Some of you here have already met Imran." Cambridge Online Dic.
Some of my classmates studies hard before the big test
I do not see any structural dif between the two sentences.
Some of my classmates study hard before the big test
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