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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #24255: Some and Any
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Quantities [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Placement test 1 - Countable or Uncountable? - Some and any - Some / Any / Much / Many - Countables and uncountables - Adverbs of degree - Few/Little/Less - Each or Every
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    Some and Any


    • Some and any are used with countable and uncountable nouns, to describe an indefinite or incomplete quantity.

     

    • Some is used in positive statements:

            I had some rice for lunch.

     

    • It is also used in questions when we are sure about the answer:

              Is there some fruit juice in the fridge? (=I think there is).

     

    • Some is used in situations where the question is not a request for information, but a method of making a request, encouraging or giving an invitation:

               Could I have some books, please?

               Would you like some books.

     

    • Any is used in questions and with not in negative statements:

               Have you got any tea?

               He didn't give me any books.

     

     

     





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    1. He's got books from the library.

    2. There isn't reason to complain.

    3. Have they got children?

    4. Will you have more roast beef?

    5. Is there hope that he will recover?

    6. He has interesting ideas.

    7. No, thank you. I don't want more cake.

    8. He wants help with his exams.

    9. Would you like help?

    10. Why don't you take books home with you?









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