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  • 1. D AN O S ,N D Y N AN OU E, MP M O SO C Z LU A AR M : TA E R ACHTE
  • 2. SOMEUse some in affirmative sentences:● I’m going to buy some clothes.● There’s some ice in the fridge.● We did some exercises.Some + plural countable nouns●I need some new shoes.Some + uncountable nouns● I need some money.
  • 3. ANYUse any in negative sentences:● I’m not going to buy any clothes.●There isn’t any orange juice in the fridge.● We didn’t do any exercises.In most questions we use any:● Is there any ice in the fridge?● Has he got any friends?● Do you need any help?
  • 4. NOWe use no specially after have (got) and there is/ are:No = not + any or not + a● There are no cars in the parking lot.● We’ve got no coffee.● It’s a nice house, but there’s no garden.
  • 5. DS UN P O MCO
  • 6. SOMETHING, ANYTHING, NOTHING… (+) (?) and (-) verb (x) Short (-) answerPEOPLE Somebody Anybody Nobody Someone Anyone No oneTHINGS Something Anything NothingPLACES Somewhere Anywhere Nowhere
  • 7. SOMEBODY/ SOMETHING/ SOMEONEUse somebody, something, someone, etc. when you don’t say exactly who, what or where.● Somebody broke the window.● I went somewhere nice at the weekend.● She has something in her mouth.
  • 8. ANYTHING/ ANYBODY/ ANYWHERE…Use anything, anybody, anywhere, etc. in questions or with a (-) verb.● I didn’t do anything last night. NOT I didn’t do nothing. (x)
  • 9. ANYTHING/ ANYBODY/ ANYWHERE…Use anything, anybody, anywhere, etc. in questions or with a (-) verb.● I didn’t do anything last night.(did + NOT) I didn’t do nothing. (x)
  • 10. ANYTHING/ ANYBODY/ ANYWHERE…Use anything, anybody, anywhere, etc. in questions or with a (-) verb.● I didn’t do anything last night. NOT I didn’t do nothing. (x)
  • 11. NOBODY/ NOTHING/ NOWHERE…Use nothing, nobody, nowhere, etc. in short negative answers or in a sentence (with an affirmative verb).● A: Who’s in the bathroom? B: Nobody. Nobody is in the bathroom. NOT Anybody is in the bathroom. (x)● You can use nobody/ no one/ nothing at the beginning of a sentence or alone (to answer a question)
  • 12. NOW, IT’S YOUR TURN! Answer these questions: Have you ever seen anybody famous?Is there any subject you don’t like at school? Can you play any instruments?There are no birds in my house. What about you? Would you like some rest?