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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #117332: Some - Any
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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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    1. If you're hungry, there's pizza in the fridge.

    2. Did you see good films while you were in London?

    3. You need to buy new shoes. Those are falling apart!

    4. I saw deer in the forest yesterday.

    5. Would you like cheese?

    6. Are you going shopping? - No, I don't need food today.

    7. Sorry, you can't have a milkshake. There isn't more milk.

    8. Have you idea who took your dictionary?

    9. I'm visiting London next week. I've got friends there.

    10. I'm afraid I have bad news for you.

    11. My parents are happy. I got very good marks in my report.

    12. You won't have friends if you're always in such a bad mood.

    13. student who comes late to the dance will not be allowed to enter.

    14. people never say please or thank you.

    15. There is hardly money left in our bank account.

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