Category Archives: Some & Any

Some/Any & The Simple Present Tense: Mixed exercise

Instruction: The following is a story about Betty. Complete the sentences with some/any or the approppriate form of the verb in the brackets. Every Sunday morning Betty … (go) to the market. She (go) … there with … (some/any) of her brothers. She … (not, want) to go there alone. She often … (see) … (some/any) girls in… Read More »

Some & Any: Exercise 1

Instruction: Complete the following interrogative questions with any. Then, depending on what you see in your classroom, answer the questions. In your answer, you can use some or any. Remember that the word any is used in interrogative and negative sentences, while some is used in positive sentences and in questions when offering or requesting. 1. Q: Do… Read More »

Some & Any: Exercise 2

Instruction: Complete the following sentences with some/any. 1. Parto looks happy. It seems that he doesn’t have … problems of life. 2. Mom is going to the local market. She wants to buy … rice and vegetables. 3. I’m sorry we don’t have … coffee left. 4. Did you encounter … snakes in the bush? 5. I don’t… Read More »

Some & Any

You use the words some and any when you don’t need/want to specify a certain number or amount. When you say I saw some people gathering in the city hall, that means definitely you saw more than one person there, but you don’t know exactly how many people were there in the city hall. Or, you might think… Read More »