"Some" and "any" are quantifiers that indicate an unknown amount or quantity of something. They are used when the exact number, amount, or quantity is not known or stated. "Some" and "any" can be used with countable and uncountable nouns.
"Some" indicates an unknown or unspecified amount. It is generally used in positive sentences and questions.
"Any" indicates one or more of something without any specification. It is generally used in negative sentences or questions.
Directions: Choose the correct answer.
1) We need __________ eggs to make omelets.
2) You can't get __________ information here.
3) We don't have __________ milk in the refrigerator.
4) Janice brought __________ books on the trip.
5) Kate likes to sprinkle __________ sugar on her strawberries.
6) I haven't seen __________ movies lately.
7) There isn't __________ toilet paper in the bathroom.
8) I need __________ clothes for school.
Directions: Select the correct sentence.
1) a. Diane went to the movies with some friends.
b. Diane went to the movies with any friends.
2) a. Diane doesn't have some friends.
b. Diane doesn't have any friends.
3) a. I don't have some brothers and sisters.
b. I don't have any brothers and sisters.
4) a. I don't have some pets.
b. I don't have any pets.
5) a. She has some money in her wallet.
b. She has any money in her wallet.
Quiz 1 Answers
1) a. some
2) b. any
3) b. any
4) a. some
5) a. some
6) b. any
7) b. any
8) a. some
Quiz 2 Answers