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Some & Any

Some and any can be used when:

Some - is used in positive sentences, offering & requests

  • I am going to buy some cake for tonight.
  • We have to make some phone calls.
  • They have to bring some money, so they can pay me.
  • Can I have some more tea, please?
  • Can you do some work for me on Tuesday?

Any - used in negative sentences, to state something does not matter

  • I am not going to buy any cake for tonight.
  • We do not have to make any phone calls.
  • They do not have to bring any money.
  • We like any kind of bread.
  • I am happy to go any place.

Some and any are used to state the quantity, amount of something. When using some or any the exact number is not stated. Some and any are quantifiers.

Some & Any Quiz #1

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Types Of Determiners

No Article

A - An - The

A & An The Quiz

Much & Many

Much & Many Quiz

No & None

No & None Quiz

What are determiners?

That - This - These - Those

This & These Quiz

That & Those Quiz

Another Other The Other

Proximal Demonstratives

Distal Demonstratives

Interrogative Determiners

What are quantifiers?

Some & Any

Some & Any Quiz #1

Some & Any Quiz #2

Someone & Anyone

That & Which