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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #79902: Quantifiers: some, any, no
Quantifiers: some, any, no
Some in affirmative sentences (general use):
Maria, Britney and I drink some water at each meal.
Our brothers take some sheets to draw.
any can also be used in affirmative sentences when you don't know if there is something left:
Is there any wine?
(we don't know if there is any wine left)
Can I have some chocolate cake, please?
(we know you will give us a piece of chocolate cake, it is a polite question)
Any and no in negative sentences:
→ Any: when there is a negation
There aren't any journalists.
→ No: when there is no negation
There is no water in the jug.
Another way to build the sentence:
There are no monuments to visit. = There aren't any monuments to visit.
Choose the right word.
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