Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- If anyone remembers him or knew him, I would be very glad to hear from you as soon as possible.
- If anyone has this piece, or remembers it better than me, feel free to put me right on this one.
- My only hope is I can scrape through Christmas unscathed and not upset anyone too much.
- If we employed anyone who wasn't family we would have to employ all sorts of safety measures.
- Somehow, the kitchen would be full of fabulous food without anyone going to any effort.
- This album is all kinds of good things and I would recommend it to anyone who likes lovely music.
- So if anyone knows any TV producers pitch them the idea for me and point them in my direction.
- I've not noticed anyone admiring the muscles and shoulder aches that go with it too.
- If anyone has more information on the subject, please feel free to add links in the comments.
- If anyone wants to drive me to Bristol and back to see them in early May, I will buy their ticket to get in.
- Has anyone ever commented about the lack of people with disabilities in the programme?
- All of them looked like they never again wanted to see pain inflicted on anyone.
- If they do not want to go out and meet anyone, someone may also be deputed to meet them.
- It is not thought anyone was in the building, which was once a ballroom and Corn Exchange.
- Last night Charlotte begged anyone who had a copy of the footage to come forward.
- You should always ask for ID, and never let anyone into your home that you are not sure of.
- The leaflets will remind pensioners never to open their doors to anyone they are unsure of.
- While she accepted she had to go, she said she had not deliberately misled anyone.
- ‘I didn't know anyone there,’ she once admitted.
- Unfortunately, there didn't seem to be anyone around to pick up the phone.