Please help me to understand the difference between someone and anyone. I dont know how to use this word correctly.

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We use someone in positive sentences (I saw her with someone) and anyone in questions and negative sentences (Have anyone seen him? I didn´t tell anyone) They can be both used with uncountable nouns (some money) or plural nouns (some people).


someone is some person specify, & anyone when we are talking about a random & unknown one 

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