Are they both correct? Should there be singular or plural that right after "any"? If they are both correct, what's the difference?
Here, I quote some sentences from the Internet and I wonder if the word "problem" can be changed into "problems" or vise versa.
- I don't think there was any question she wore the pants.
- I can ask you any question, and you will answer?
- We were never asked any questions.
- Any questions about what is happening in mine are put aside until dessert is served.