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Some vs. Any

Uncountable and plural nouns are often used either with some/any or with no article. Usually there is no difference of meaning. I need (some) writing paper. Have you got (any) rice? The difference We use some/any when we...

Some vs. Any

Some suggests an indefinite quantity or number. It is most common in affirmative clauses. In questions and negatives, we normally use any to express the same idea. I want some milk. Is there any milk left? No,...

Some or any worksheet for class 5

Complete the following sentences using some or any. 1. He ate ……………….. rice and potatoes. (some / any) 2. He didn’t eat ………………… rice. (some / any) 3. Has he got ………………… friends in...