Any and some are both determiners. We use some and any with plural nouns and uncountable nouns. They are used to talk about indefinite quantities or numbers, when the exact quantity or number is not important. As a general rule we use some for positive statements, and any for questions and negative statements.


some = a little, a few or a small number or amount

any = one, some or all


How to use Some and Any




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