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Can the usage of 'any' used to describe noun with plural or single or both? For example: ...any books or ...any book; ...any watches or ...any watch; and so on. Or you can at least give me some of examples to explain how to use 'any' to make a proper sentence. Curious, is this only noun can be used with it? Thanks.
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Any is an adjective meaning "of whatever number or quantity." You could just as well say "is there a book" or "are there books." But we usually say "is there any book" and "are there any books." Singular vs. plural is a non-issue as far as "any" is concerned.

Tim
Thank you, Mr. Tim. I appreciated your clarified explanations to the subject of this.