Are "any" and "more" indefinite adjectives?

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Answer:

The words "any" and "more" are adjectives when placed before a noun to describe that noun.
The words "any" and "more" are indefinite pronouns when used to take the place of a noun in a sentence.

Explanation:

Example use of the adjectives :
I didn't have any lunch today.
Any student who has completed the exam may leave the room.
The driver didn't offer any excuses for his carelessness.
Would you like more cake?
This candidate has more experience than the others.
More rain is expected today.

The indefinite pronouns are words that take the place of a noun for an unnamed or unknown number or amount.
Example use of the indefinite pronouns :
We looked for the blue paint but couldn't find any.
Is any of the pizza left from last night?
We have enough money for additional fees, if there are any.
You can finish that ravioli, there is more in the kitchen.
My sister makes more than I do,
The more you practice the better you'll get.