Examples of Some and any
Some and any
Post by nattttSome is used in affirmative statements; it is replaced with any in negative and interrogative contexts.
Posted on 2011-05-01 13:58:20
Some - In positive statements. - I gave him some money. We bought some food.
Any - In negative statements. - She didnít have any money. I couldnít find any books.
I"ve got some apples in my basket and some water in my bottle.
I haven"t got any apples in my basket, nor any water in my bottle.
Have you got any apples in your basket? Have you got any water in your bottle?
We had some visitors last weekend, but we didn"t have any this weekend
Have you got any rooms free for the night of September 30th ?
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