Some, any, each, every, either, neither | Grammar worksheet

Complete the following sentences using some, any, each, every, either and neither.

Notes

Use each, every, either and neither with singular nouns and verb. Use some with a plural noun and plural verb. Any can be used with both singular and plural nouns and verbs.

1. ……………. child can solve this puzzle.

2. ……………… day is different.

3. ………………. side has won.

4. There are ……………… boys in the class.

5. It rained ……………… day during the holidays.

6. We don’t have ……………… rice left.

7. You can take ………………. of these books.

8. There are trees on ………………. side of the road.

9. He ……………….. wrote nor called.

10. …………………. player did his best.

11. You may join ……………… side.

12. Will you get me ……………… oil?

13. ………………… man must do his duty.

Answers

1. Any child can solve this puzzle.

2. Each day is different.

3. Neither side has won.

4. There are some boys in the class.

5. It rained each day during the holidays.

6. We don’t have any rice left.

7. You can take some of these books.

8. There are trees on either side of the road.

9. He neither wrote nor called.

10. Each player did his best.

11. You may join either side.

12. Will you get me some oil?

13. Each man must do his duty.

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