Anyone has xxx's mobile number? or Anyone have xxx's mobile number?

Which is correct?

  • There is no present perfect in your sentences. The only difference is that one sentence treats anyone as singular, the other as plural. Can you please explain what your actual question is? You probably would want to do that on English Language Learners by the way. – oerkelens Sep 16 '14 at 12:35
  • This is about verb agreement and not tense. Also, there is no present perfect tense in either example. You should look it up. Lastly, please search the site before asking. Thanks. – RegDwigнt Sep 16 '14 at 12:35