The difference between SOME and ANY in English
First, we quickly look at the difference between countable and uncountable nouns. This is important to know when learning about SOME and ANY.
We show how A and AN are used with singular countable nouns and then we show how to use SOME with affirmative sentences and ANY with negative sentences (for plural countable nouns and uncountable nouns).
We look at how ANY is normally used with questions but then we go into the three main exceptions to this rule where SOME is used in questions instead of ANY.
Then we see how SOME and ANY can be used without a noun and finally there is a dialogue where you have to fill the blanks with either A, AN, SOME or ANY.
For more details and examples, see our grammar page:
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