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QUANTITIES

a) 1st match: SOME vs. ANY

SOME

ANY

1) In positive sentences:
I need some butter.


2) In questions when offering or requesting something that is there:
Could I have some water, please?

1) In questions:
Is there any cheese left?

2) In negative sentences:
There isn't any milk left.

 

b) 2nd match: MUCH vs. MANY

MUCH

MANY

MUCH + singular
There is much traffic.

MANY + plural
There are many cars.

 

 

TEST

Choose the correct answer.

a) I have (some/any) homework to do for tomorrow.
b) I don't see (some/any) ducks there!
c) Can I have (some/any) wine, please?
d) Are there (some/any) vegetables left?

e) There are (much/many) people in the cinema.
f) Don't eat (much/many) sugar.

ANSWERS

a) I have some homework to do for tomorrow.
b) I don't see any ducks there!
c) Can I have some wine, please.
d) Are there any vegetables left?

e) There are many people in the cinema.
f) Don't eat much sugar.


 











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