English: Anyway & Anyways

English : Anyway & Anyways

Which of the following sentences is correct?

Anyway, I will meet you on Sunday.


Anyways, I will meet on Sunday.

By Mr. Sahabuthin, United Arab Emirates – 5th June 2007.

American English will accept both. You will find that Americans tend to use both anyways and anyway in their speech. But they do not accept anyways in formal writing. The second sentence will be unacceptable in writing.

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