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something/anything #1 (permalink) Sun Nov 17, 2013 17:51 pm   something/anything
 

Hello!
When I say:'Have you lost something?' or should I say:'Have you lost anything?'
Which form is the correct one?
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something/anything #2 (permalink) Sun Nov 17, 2013 18:00 pm   something/anything
 

Both are possible.

Have you lost something?
Have you lost anything?
are usually interchangeable.
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