Exercise 3: ‘some & any’

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

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

Choose the appropriate expression, either ‘some’ or ‘any’, for the gaps.

  • Example: “There isn’t any milk left.”

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  1. A: Did you take photographs on your trip to Spain?
    B: Yes, of course. I took .
  2. I didn’t buy bread. I thought you weren’t hungry.
  3. There’s ice cream left in the freezer. Have .
  4. I watched the football game with friends of mine.
  5. Let’s go home. I don’t have money left.
  6. Tell him he can exchange his money at bank.
  7. You can take train. They all go to the centre.
  8. The boss knows that of us aren’t happy with the current situation.
  9. Are there problems?

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

The following exercises and explanations are related to the English grammar topic ‘Difference of ‘some’ and ‘any’’ and may also help you: