We were allowed to do anything we wanted to.
If you're not sure what to say, just say anything that comes to mind.
She didn't say anything at all. [=she said nothing at all]
That dog will eat almost/nearly/practically/virtually anything.
We didn't talk about anything much.
The new stadium is spectacular. There's never been anything like it.
She never does anything but complain. [=all she does is complain]
I'll do anything I can to help.
They were ready for anything (that might happen).
You can't tell him anything about computers. He thinks he's an expert.
I can't think of her as anything but a good friend. [=I can only think of her as a good friend]
He'll do anything for a laugh.
I'd do/give anything to see her again.
He won't take anything from anyone. [=he won't allow anyone to mistreat him, to be rude to him, etc.]
She ate hardly anything. [=she ate almost nothing]
He said he was sorry, but that doesn't really mean anything.
I don't have anything against them. [=I don't have any reason for disliking them]
She thought it was funny but I didn't see anything funny about it. [=I didn't think it was funny at all]
They've been doing everything and anything to finish on time. = They've been doing anything and everything to finish on time.
The problems were caused by lack of time as much as anything.
She dresses conservatively at work, but on the weekends, anything goes. [=anything is acceptable; there are no rules that have to be followed]