No, Subhajit. You've used "any" incorrectly in (1) and (2). "A," the indefinite article, is the determiner that is needed in (1), and "some" is the determiner needed in (2).quote:I wanted to know if both forms in my question are correct.
"Any" would only work in (1) and (2) if you were making a previous statement more emphatic for the sake of clarification. And in that case "any" would be stressed -- for example:
- Speaker A: Ask me a question and I will do my best to answer it.
Speaker B: Does it need to be a grammar question?
Speaker A: Ask me any question.