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We don't use some if we are talking about something in general or thinking about it as a category.







We use 'some' with both countable and uncountable nouns.

Maybe you could ask him some questions about life in China.



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Can I have some biscuits? Katherine responds with 'some milk' because there is milk in the house.


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    A, An, Some, Any. We use A or AN with singular nouns. A is used when a noun starts with a consonant sound; e.g. a dog, a book, etc. AN is used when a noun starts with a vowel sound; e.g. an apple, an hour, etc. We use SOME with countable nouns (only with their plural) and with uncountable nouns. SOME is used in: * positive sentences;
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    Fill in the gaps in the sentences below with 'some' or 'any', or some or any words (somewhere, anybody, etc.) 1. Would you like _______ to eat? something anything 2. I have _______ money in my wallet. some any 3. Is there _______ juice in the fridge? some any 4. He can't think of _______ to do. something anything 5.
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    An - A English Grammar Games This game is to help you learn the difference between A, An, Some and Any. Complete the sentence with the appropriate word. Make sure you pay attention to the nouns that follow and whether they are singular or plural as well as countable or uncountable nouns.
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    A AN SOME ANY + there is - there areChoose the correct option. ID: 1675732. Language: English. School subject: English as a Second Language (ESL) Grade/level: 4th grade. Age: 9-12. Main content: Countable and uncountable nouns. Other contents: Food. Add to my workbooks (4807)
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    A, An, Some, Any. We use A or AN with singular nouns. A is used when a noun starts with a consonant sound; e.g. a dog, a book, etc. AN is used when a noun starts with a vowel sound; e.g. an apple, an hour, etc. We use SOME with countable nouns (only with their plural) and with uncountable nouns. SOME is used in: * positive sentences;
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