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The difference between some/any and no article
Uncountable and plural nouns are often used either with some/any or with no article. Usually there is no difference of meaning.
We use some/any when we are talking about limited but rather indefinite number or quantities. We use no article when we are thinking about unlimited numbers or quantities, or not thinking about numbers/quantities at all.
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