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"anyone..." singular or plural?

AznPwydAznPwyd Posts: 446Registered User Member
edited March 2007 in SAT Preparation
Sparknotes says that "anyone" is singular.

http://www.sparknotes.com/testprep/books/sat2/writing/chapter5section4.rhtml

So we should say:

"Is there anyone that wants to play?"

That makes sense but does that mean that asking "Anyone want to play?" is actually wrong?
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