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Homework Help: English

Posted by John on Wednesday, September 2, 2009 at 8:29pm.

1. If you have any money, lend me some.
2. If you have some money, lend me some.

(Can we use both expressions? In the if clause, 'any' is used, I know. What is the difference between them if both are OK?)

3. You can't do everything.
4. You can't do anything.
5. You can do nothing.

(What is the difference among them? I think #4 is the same as #5. What about #3? What is the difference?)

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