any where vs anywhere :

any where vs anywhere

any where or anywhere

Please go anywhere, nowhere or somewhere but do not put a space between "where" and "any"/"no"/"some". Any where is a misspelling. Anywhere is correct.

Anywhere is a single word that means at any point or location. It can also be utilized as a function word for limitations in calculations.

A. "You can place the bag anywhere in the room."
B. "Your answers could be anywhere within 50 to 70."

Any where is a common mistake in writing when the intended word is anywhere. When split into two words, it changes meaning to a completely different line of thought from the original.

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  • r  at or in or to any place; (`anyplace' is used informally for `anywhere')
    you can find this food anywhere
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