‘anywhere’ and ‘anyplace’
Anywhere means in any place, or in any part of a particular place.
It is better to have it in the kitchen than anywhere else.
They are the oldest rock paintings anywhere in North America.
Some speakers of American English say anyplace instead of ‘anywhere’.
We're afraid to go anyplace alone.
Airports were more closely watched than anyplace else.
used in questions and negatives
Anywhere is very commonly used in questions and negative statements.
Is there a phone anywhere?
I decided not to go anywhere on holiday.
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