Exercise 1: ‘some & any’

(Practise your skills in using ‘some/any’)

‘some’ or ‘any’ – drop-down (difficulty: 3 of 5 – medium)

Choose the suitable expression ‘some’ or ‘any’ for the gaps.

  • Example: “Mike didn’t have any time to help me.”

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  1. Tomorrow I’m having a party with friends of mine.
  2. Wow, that’s a lot of work. I could need help.
  3. I’ve got so many old shoes. I wonder if there are I can still use.
  4. I’m sorry, I have to go. I still have to buy presents for Mary’s birthday.
  5. This is a great club! – Yes, but I’m tired, it’s late and I don’t have money left.
  6. Listen! I’ve got news for you. – Oh, what is it?
  7. Please ask me if you have doubts.
  8. Could you give me information about the meeting next week?
  9. I need milk in my coffee. Is there any left?
  10. Ok, that’s all. Do you have questions?

Further exercises and explanations referring to the use of ‘some/any’

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