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@Dan But it is still perfectly correct to say something like I was told there was a red notebook and a blue notebook on the desk, but there isn''t any notebook on the desk. – WS2 Dec 8 ''16 at 0:15 There are two kinds of any: (1) non-affirmative any which is restricted to non-affirmative contexts, . Is there any student willing to sing a Mozart aria in front of the class? You must need glasses. Take a look at that table once again. Now, tell me. Is there any apple on that table? Is there any bird that is known to have no feathers? The sentences in the latter group may be stated in the plural as well. CJ