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Some - Any
Some and any are examples of determiners used to modify nouns.
Some is used in positive sentences. Examples:
(1) I have some friends.
(2) We bought some coffee.
Some is used when we are offering something. Example:
Would you like some milk?
Some is also used in questions when we are making a request. Example:
(1) Can I borrow some money?
Any is used in negative sentences. Examples:
(1) I don't have any friends.
(2) There isn't any bread left.
Any is used in questions. Examples:
(1) Do you have any money?
(2) Is there any sugar?
It's that easy! In this quiz, choose some or any to complete the sentences.
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