Intermediário 10. Quantity 1 - Some/ any / no


Quantity 1 - Some/ any / no

USE
1) We use SOME with positive statements. Example: There's some tea in cupboard.
2) Some is used with countable and uncountable nouns.
3) ANY and NO are used in negative statements. Example: She hasn't got any money. He didn't buy any apples.
4) We use NO when we are talking about possessing. Example: she's got no money
5) We use NO when indicating something: There are no apples in that shop today.
6) ANY and NO are used with countable and uncountable nouns.
7) We use ANY with questions. Example: Have you got any milk? Are there any oranges in that shop?
8) When you are offering something or expect the answer to be YES, you can use SOME for questions. Example: Would you like some tea?
9) There is no need to repeat the noun. Example: Could you lend me some milk? I'm sorry, I haven't got any. We know that the second speaker is referring to milk.
10) For general use, we use SOMEBODY / SOMEONE, ANYBODY / ANYONE, SOMETHING / ANYTHING.
11) SOME/ANY/NO + OF + DETERMINER: when there is a determiner (the, his, her, our, my, your, this, that, etc.) before a noun, we put OF after SOME or ANY, and instead of NO, we use NONE. Example: Some of the students were late for the exam. None of his friends came to the party.

Exercise:
Fill in the gaps with SOME or ANY:
1) Could I have … milk, please?
2) … people don't eat meat.
3) We didn't have … snow in England last year.
4) Would you like … cake?
5) They haven't sold … tickets for the concert.
6) We looked at … pictures, but we didn't buy …
7) Have you got … chocolate?
8) He heard a noise, but he couldn't see …body.



2 comentários:

Anônimo disse...

1) Could I have some milk, please?

2) Some people don't eat meat.

3) We didn't have any snow in England last year.

4) Would you like some cake?

5) They haven't sold any tickets for the concert.

6) We looked at some pictures, but we didn't buy none

7) Have you got any chocolate?

8) He heard a noise, but he couldn't see nobody.

Anônimo disse...

Exercise:

Fill in the gaps with SOME or ANY:

1) Could I have any milk, please?

2) Some people don't eat meat.

3) We didn't have some snow in England last year.

4) Would you like any cake?

5) They haven't sold some tickets for the concert.

6) We looked at some pictures, but we didn't buy any

7) Have you got any chocolate?

8) He heard a noise, but he couldn't see some body.

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