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Chinese grammar: Expressing any with 任何renhe

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任何 is a modifier that means means "any" or "whichever, whatsoever". It is also like the English phrase "any and all, no matter what"

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任何 is a modifier that means means "any" or "whichever, whatsoever". It is also like the English phrase "any and all, no matter what"

Structure
This modifier usually does not use 的. It is often paired with 都 or 也.

Examples

Wǒ de dì di tè bié wán ɡù , rèn hé de rén dōu bú nénɡ shuō fú tā 。
我 的 弟弟 特别 顽固,任何 的 人 都 不 能 说服 他。
My little brother is really stubborn, there isn't any person who can persuade him.

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  [Editor:一尾鱼   2015/12/05/]
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