what is the difference between "anyone and anyone's"
When I ca to use anyone or anyone's Anyone's is plural?
Anyone is a pronoun. Anyone's is a singular possessive pronoun.
Apostrophes can indicate a contraction (I will-I'll) or possession/ownership ('s) singular form
Anyone - cualquier persona
Anyone's / anybody's - e.g.
La opinión de cualquiera - Anyone's opinion
. o algo así
Here are some examples:
There's not anyone here. No hay nadie aqui.
Does anyone want a drink? ¿Quiere alguien una bebida?
Bring anyone you like to the party. Trae a quien quieres a la fiesta.
(Possession) It could be anyone's book. Puede ser el libro de cualquiera.
(Anyone is - contraction) Anyone's welcome in my house. Cualquiera persona es bienvenido en mi casa.
Remember that you can also say "anybody" instead of "anyone". See: anybody/anyone
You use anyone's when you are referring to ownership.
ex. Is this anyone's pencil?
A better way to use it would be to say: "Does this pencil belong to anyone?"
Can you explain the difference in usage between the Pretérito Perfecto and the Present Perfect in English? They seem very similar. Maybe I can help to explain something for you in English in exchange?
anyone's- something belonging to someone