I have looked through many websites and know that when "any" is used as a determiner, it can be used with countable or uncountable nouns. I also read in my textbook that when "any" is used as part of the subject clause, it suggests restrictedness.
And so my question are,
- If "any" is used as a determiner in the subject clause, can it be used with different verb tenses, like perfect or perfect continuous?
- Why is example sentence #1 okay, but not sentences #2 and #3?
#1 Any of your questions CAN BE ASKED. (sentence okay)
#2 *Any of your questions HAVE BEEN ASKED. (present perfect 3rd person plural tense sentence not okay)
#3 *Any of your questions HAS BEEN ASKED. (present perfect 3rd person singular tense sentence not okay)