It’s not always clear whether to use some or any in a sentence. Some is mainly used in positive sentences and any is used in negative sentences and questions.
This is an exercise in which you need to fill in the correct word: some or any.
Some or any exercise
You can find the exercise below:
Some or Any Exercise 1
Complete the following sentences with some or any.
1.Do you want water?
2.I don't have pets.
3.Do you have apples in your fridge?
4.He really needs help.
5.Don't put salt on my fries.
6.I met of your friends yesterday. They seem nice!
7.Could I have some orange juice, please?
8.We haven't got information about what happened.
9.I picked up guy on my way to the store.
10.They don't want soup today.
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