Is there a difference between not a + singular noun and not any + plural noun in negative sentences? Can I use any with singular nouns? Many people says any should be used with plural nouns in negative sentences. But I have seen many books that says It can be used with singular nouns to in negative sentences. Can any teacher or an expert please clarify?
- Last month, I went to a book store. I did not buy any book there.
- Last month, I went to a book store. I did not buy a book there.