Rules Project #14: Anyone vs. Any one

Ever wonder when you put the two words “any” and “one” together and when you do not!?  Well here is your answer!

 

*Anyone: Any person

Example: Has anyone seen my wallet?

 

*Any one: Refers to an unidentified individual

Example: If any one of your friends knows where my wallet is, please have them give it back.

 

http://www.gingersoftware.com/english-online/spelling-book/confusing-words/anyone-any%20one

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