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小P孩
Can you describe why these are right and what does that mean, please? It seems these sentences are right. but i don't understand means of "any", also the sentences. Take "any" book you like. "any" seat will be satisfactory. we are unaware of "any" problem.
Jan 21, 2011 7:31 AM
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做“任何一个 任何一些 ”讲
January 21, 2011
book one or book two or book three or book four etc = any book A or B or C or D or..... = any You can have any book you like = you can have this book or this book or this book or...... I am not aware of any problem = I am not aware of this problem or this problem or this problem or... That should be a satisfactory explanation.
January 21, 2011
any is a very nonspecific term. we are unaware of "any" problem. this means that we are not aware of problems that may or may not exist. "any seat will be satisfactory." of all of the seats that are available, all (or "any") of them will be satisfactory.
January 21, 2011
小P孩
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Chinese (Mandarin), English, Japanese
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English, Japanese