#45 - Determiners - Some or Any - English Grammar

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Determiners - Some or Any

"Some" and "any" are quantifiers. They are used when the exact number, amount, or quantity is not known or stated.

Determiners - Some

"Some" is generally used in positive sentences or questions.
  • I have some money in the bank.
  • They know some great doctors.
  • I have some good friends.
  • Do you have some money?
  • Can I have some coffee?

Determiners - Any

"Any" is generally used in negative sentences or questions.
  • I don't have any money.
  • They don't have any children.
  • There aren't any books left.
  • Do you have any idea what happened?
  • Do the police have any clue who committed the crime?

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