Anywhere vs. somewhere

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #147 [color=blue]“Compound words: someone, anyone, somewhere, anywhere, something, anything”, question 8

Where do you want to go on holiday? with a beach. I don’t care where we go as long as it’s sunny and has got a nice sandy beach.

(a) Anywhere
(b) Nowhere
© Somewhere
(d) Everywhere

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #147 [color=blue]“Compound words: somone, anyone, somewhere, anywhere, something, anything”, answer 8

Where do you want to go on holiday? Anywhere with a beach. I don’t care where we go as long as it’s sunny and has got a nice sandy beach.

Correct answer: (a) Anywhere

Your answer was: [color=red]incorrect
Where do you want to go on holiday? Somewhere with a beach. I don’t care where we go as long as it’s sunny and has got a nice sandy beach.
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Dear Sir

Why not “somewhere” here?

Thanks a lot in advance

Stone

In this example “anywhere” is correct because the man wants to go on holiday at any place no matter where it is but where is a beach.