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.
You can find the exercise below:
Some or Any Exercise 2
Complete the following sentences with some or any.
1.I don't need help from you.
2.Could you give me money?
3.John wants to buy plants for his room.
4.The students have questions they want to ask you.
5.Harry doesn't support charity.
6.Does he want help with his homework?
7.Excuse me, I need information about the people next door.
8.Do you eat vegetables?
9.Ricky Gervais has good jokes.
10.Are there flowers in your garden?
- Something or Anything Exercise 1
- Something or Anything Exercise 2
- Something or Anything Exercise 3
- Something or Anything Exercise 4
- Something or Anything Exercise 5