I found on a research paper the following statement:
Is any particular images satisfying the requirements ?
I thought any can only be used with singular terms. So I was surprised when I've seen "images" rather than "image".
Am I correct?
I would take that to be a typo. The verb should agree with the noun:
Any can be safely used in both cases. Have a look at these example sentences from Wiktionary:
Merriam-Webster defines any as follows:
Lastly, note psmears' comment that it might be more appropriate to use present simple rather than present continuous in your case (though further context might justify either). I will also add that there should be no space before the question mark.
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