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Do we have two "any pronounes"pronouns"- one is plural and the other is singular?

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Do we have two "any pronounes"- one is plural and the other is singular?

In Oxford dictionary the definition of a pronoun is as below:

Pronouns are used in place of a noun that has already been mentioned or that is already known, often to avoid repeating the noun.

Thus, based on the frequent pronouns, i.e., she, her, ..., I conclude that any as a pronoun cannot be both plural and singular at the same time. With this regard, which one is correct in below imaginary conversation?

A: I need some screws.

B: Is there any in your pocket? or Are there any in your pocket?


If I am wrong, I will be happy to know your correction(s).