learn english

  MAIN MENU

  HOME
  English Article
  English Joke
  English Game
  English Quiz
  English Grammar
  English Conversation
  English Word Origin
  English Idiom
  Dictionary
  Contact Us


English Grammar

Word of Quantity 4



Some -- Can be both adjective

  1. Can be used as adjective to explain countable plural noun.
    • Jim have some sandwiches

  2. Can be used as adjective to explain uncountable singular noun.
    • Jim have some money.

Any -- Can be used the same way as Some but in nagative or question sentence only.

  • Jim does not have any sandwiches left.
  • Jim doesn't have any coffee left.
  • Do you have money?

In some cases, Some and Any can be used as indifinite adjective (non-specific adjective). Any has a boarder meaning than Some. For example,

  • Take any candies you want but just be sure you take some.

 

Back to the top | Back to English Grammar

HOME | English Jokes | English Article | English History | English Idiom | Dictionary
English Conversation | English Grammar | English Game | English Quiz

More English Grammar


  Noun
  Verb
  Adjective
  Adverb
  Tense
  Pronoun
  Active VS Passive Voice
  Phrase
  Finite VS Infinite Verbs
  
Irregular Verb
  Phrasal Verb
  Preposition
  Conjunction
  Gerund
  Article (A/An/The)
  Short Answer
  And many more...