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Any way (adverbial phrase)
In any manner.
Anyway, any way
– what difference does a space make? Although anyway
and any way are made up of the same two words, they
mean two entirely different things.
Anyway, for example, describes the situation and
means regardless. A quick trick to
determine if anyway is the word that you want is to
replace anyway with regardless in the sentence
you’re considering. If the sentence makes sense,
anyway is the correct word. The following are some
correct uses of anyway.
Whether I get
permission or not, I’m going anyway.
I can’t go anyway because I’m working.
on the other hand, refers to multiple manners of doing
something. A quick trick to determine
if any way is what you want is to include the word
in before any way in the sentence. If it
makes sense, any way is the correct choice.
this any way I can.
Any way that works for you works for me.
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