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I found the following sentence:
"I assume no responsability for any errors in it"
Shouldn't it be "any error"?
Could someone explain me that?
BM
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Hello, Blackmamba Emotion: smile

"any errors" is correct.

There are a few exceptions, but, in general, in questions and negative sentences with "any + countable noun", the plural form of the noun is used.

"I don't have any (further) questions."
"Are there any oranges left?"

Miriam
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Blackmamba,
I assume no responsability for any errors in it


This is often written as...

"I assume no responsibility for any and all errors...."

Try googling "responsibility for any and all errors" and you will see that it is a common phrase.

By the way, I assume full and complete responsibility for any and all errors in this post. Lol.

Also, be careful of your spelling.
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BlackmambaI found the following sentence:
"I assume no responsability for any errors in it"
Shouldn't it be "any error"?
Could someone explain me that?
BM