Asked • 06/02/19

Can we say "There should be any problem for Adam to eat that apple"?

> There should be any problem for Adam to eat that apple. Is this a proper sentence? The use of *any* here seems to be an issue. For example it seems fine in sentences like: - I couldn't find any problems. .. and perhaps also in the following sentences too: - If Adam had any problems, let me know. - Were there any problems? - I sorted out any problems with the customers.

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