13 April 2014 by Diane
We use some and any with non-countable nouns and countable nouns (plural)
We use some in positive sentences.
ex. I bought some bread and some eggs at the supermarket. (non-countable and plural countable)
Bread is non-countable. Eggs are countable.
We use any in general questions and negative sentences.
ex. I don’t have any milk in the house. Do you have any children? (General Question)
We use some in questions that are offers or requests (when we want to encourage the listener to say “yes”)
ex. Would you like some more wine? (Offer) Could I have some ice cream? (Request)