Hey fellas, here we go with a quick tip. Do you know how to use some and any?
- We use “some” in a positive statement and “any” in a negativestatement or a question.
- We use both “some” and “any” with countable or uncountable nouns.
- We use “some” in a question if it is an invitation or a request.
- We join “some” and “any” with “one”, “body” or “thing” to form positive sentences and negative sentences respectively.
- I have a sister. / I don’t have a sister. / Do you have any sister?
- He bought some oranges.
- He spent some time looking for his lost wallet.
- There aren’t any eggs on sale here.
- There isn’t any tea in the kettle.
- Would you like to drink some milk? Can you do something for me?
- Someone has taken my book.
- Anyone could have taken it.
- There’s somebody waiting to see you.
- Has anybody seen the film?
- I want something to eat.
- Would you like anything else to eat?
Não disse que era uma dica rápida? Viram como é fácil? Agora só praticar um pouco, alias bastante.
Até a próxima dica.