Hi! When thinking about how to say ¿Había alguna persona mas? in english, two opposite grammatical rules come to mind. On the one hand, when we use any in questions, the noun always takes a plural form, e.g., Are there any questions? On the other hand, any other should always be followed by a singular noun, any other person, for example. So, to say ¿Había alguna persona mas?, which one of the following sentences should I use? -Was there any other person? OR -Were there any other people? According to wordreference, I should use the first one: http://www.wordreference.com/es/translation.asp?tranword=any other However, if I do an exact search on google, I find many more results for Were there any other people?(237 results)than for Was there any other person?(60 results): http://www.google.es/search?q="were...nsfd&ei=1BowTcbXIoLF4gaKi5nXCg&start=250&sa=N http://www.google.es/search?q="was+...=ivns&ei=9xowTZXACtW04QaQ_qnvCg&start=60&sa=N So, which one is the correct one? Thanks in advance!