Somewhere or Anywhere

Somewhere or Anywhere

Somewhere or Anywhere

Somewhere or anywhere, do you know when to use the right one? Here are some simple tips.

Somewhere refers to a specific place.

Can we go somewhere nice for dinner?

The person wants to specifically go to a place that serves food they like and is of a good standard.

While

Anywhere refers to any place.

I don’t care where we got dinner, anywhere is fine with me as I’m starving.

The first place that sells food is ok, as they are really hungry.

But as English is never that simple, so you have to remember that sometimes the words are totally interchangeable.

I don’t know what I want to have for dinner, just take me somewhere / anywhere.

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