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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 month ago

Does "Craving anything" make sense in English?

Hello! I'm not an English native speaker and I wanted to ask you English speakers for clarification.

To be more precise: I'm a 3D animation student and I was assigned to create an ad for a food delivery product. In my design I wanted to use this phrase like this:

"Craving anything? Just order [...]" 

I'm wondering if using this phrase does make sense or not. I thought of this because "anything" gives me a "bigger potential" vibe compared to "something", as in like "with this product, I can order and eat *anything/whatever* comes to mind".

But I'm not confident enough with English to know if this actually makes any sense at all.

Can you please help me understand?

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  • 1 month ago

    'Craving anything' doesn't make sense. Craving means intense longing/desiring. You can't intensely desire anything,it has to be specific. 

    'craving something' makes much better sense.

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