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posted by rfvv yesterday at 8:51pm

1. He doesn't see any students in front of the school.
2. He doesn't see any student in front of the school.
[Are both okay? Which one is common?]
Writeacher yesterday at 11:00pm
Both are fine. #1 is probably used more often, but it would depend on what question was asked, to which this is the answer.

rfvv today at 2:38am
2. He doesn't see any student in front of the school.
3. He doesn't see a single student in front of the school.
[Does #2 mean #3?]

asked by rfvv
  1. Yes, in the second set, 2 means the same as 3.

    posted by Writeacher

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