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accepted Central determiners “some” and “any” used with singular count nouns
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Can you provide any reference (web-articles, books) for the further examination ?
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How does it satisfy the rule I mentioned in above. I mean "book" here is, obviously, not plural, not sure about noncount though. So do you mean it's a reclassification of singular into noncount ? If so, then for me, as a non-native speaker, it's really hard to imagine book as an undifferentiated mass. In case of the noncount "sugar" it's not sugar that can be viewed as countable but grains of it. I can't build the same logic for the noncount "book".I might've misunderstood you though.
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