Some and Any
Some is usually used to indicate positive substance. Any is used in questions and negatives. For example,
There is some bread on the table.
I would like some more meat.
Do you have any towels?
There aren't any more oranges.
Some and any can also be used as parts of indefinite pronouns: something, somebody, anything, anyone.
Is anyone home?
There isn't anything in the oven.
Something is wrong.
Be careful when using some and any alone in sentences.
Some can also be used in certain types of questions, such as offers and requests. For example,
Would you like some more pie?
Could I have some candy?
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