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Can “Anyways” be used at the beginning of a sentence?
How did 'anyway' become 'anyways,' anyway?

Is Anyways correct or Anyway correct?

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Anyways is slangy, is dialect used by Americans mostly..

But Anyways is informal AND incorrect both.

For example: Sorry for missing our trip. ANYWAY/ANYWAYS, let's make another one some time next month.

So, which one is correct? Anyways or Anyway.


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marked as duplicate by Kit Z. Fox, Urbycoz, RegDwigнt Jul 20 '12 at 12:51

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Thank You. @KitFox – Dámasa Jul 20 '12 at 12:49