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Do you use "any of" with singular and plural verbs? Is there any difference between this?

1. Any of these books is useful.
2. Any of these books are useful.

How about these where "any" has a different meaning?

1. Does any of you know the answer?
2. Do any of you know the answer?

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Do you use "any of" with singular and plural verbs? Is there any difference between this?

1. Any of these books is useful.
2. Any of these books are useful.

How about these where "any" has a different meaning?

1. Does any of you know the answer?
2. Do any of you know the answer?
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