What is the difference between "Some/Any" in English? This test was designed for you to practice "Some/Any". The test has 20 questions. Before taking the test, please read the following tips about "Some/Any".

 

- Some and Any + Plural countable noun or Uncountable noun.

- Some: often used for affirmative sentences, suggestion sentences.

Example: 

- I have some cookies.

- Would you like some tea?

- Any: often used for negative and question sentences. 

Example:

- There aren't any chairs here.

- Do you have any money?

 

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