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    Using the Right Word: any way, anyway, anyways

    Monday, August 03, 2009

    Any way means "any route, method, or course of action"; anyway is an adverb meaning "in any case."

    (Anyways is an incorrect form of anyway.)

    Matt couldn't think of any way to change his schedule. I didn't really need a ride from him anyway.

    (From Write for Business, page 225, and Proofreader's Guide PDF, page 37)