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Any one vs Anyone
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Any one

Definition: Any one refers to any individual or person among a group of people or things.

Usage: The phrase 'Any one' is commonly used when referring to the selection or choice of a single person or thing from a group.

Example sentences:
  • 1. Any one of the students can answer the question.
  • 2. You can choose any one of the available options.
  • 3. Any one of the books on the shelf will provide useful information.

Definition: Anyone refers to any person, regardless of identity or specific individuals.

Usage: The word 'Anyone' is used to refer to any person in general, without specifying a particular individual.

Example sentences:
  • 1. Anyone can participate in the event.
  • 2. Is there anyone who can help me with this problem?
  • 3. You can ask anyone for directions.

The word 'any one' is used to refer to a specific item or individual from a group, while 'anyone' is used to refer to any person or individual without specifying a particular one.

Quizzes about "Any one" vs "Anyone"

Any one vs Anyone: 5 Quizzes

1. What is the capital of France?

2. Who painted the Mona Lisa?

3. What is the largest planet in our solar system?

4. Who wrote the play 'Romeo and Juliet'?

5. What is the chemical symbol for gold?


  • Any one

    The answer to the first FAQ

  • Anyone

    The answer to the second FAQ

  • Any one

    The answer to the third FAQ

  • Anyone

    The answer to the fourth FAQ

  • Any one

    The answer to the fifth FAQ