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1. Tokyo is bigger than any other city in Japan.

2. Tokyo is bigger than any other cities in Japan.

Which of the above sentences is correct?

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The first, singular, version is correct.
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And, no.2 could be made correct:

Tokyo is bigger than any of the other cities in Japan.

(Perhaps, you already knew that.)
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the 1st is correct, because:

  • - any other + singular N when it's an affirmative sentence
  • - any other + plural N when it's an negative sentence, question
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the 1st is correct, because:

  • - any other + singular N when it's an affirmative sentence
  • - any other + plural N when it's an negative sentence, question

Please provide examples of the sort of thing you're talking about.

CJ