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    • Slide 22ºanoTeacher: Kátia RosaINDEFINITEPRONOUNSSOME/ ANY/ NO
    • Some/any/no Esses pronomes são utilizados para falar de pessoas, objetos ou lugares indefinidos podem desempenhar a função de adjetivos ou de pronomes
    • Usa-se SomeAlgum, alguns, alguma, algumas: Em frases afirmativas:There are some books hereI need some advice Em frases interrogativas apenas quando se trata de um oferecimento ou pedido ou quando se espera uma resposta afirmativaWould you like some coffee?Have you lost some money?
    • Usa-se AnyAlgum, alguns, algumas, nenhum, nenhuma Em frases negativas e interrogativas:  There aren´t any books here  Are there any books here?
    • Usa-se Any: Em frases afirmativas se aparecer1)depois do if:IfYou have any question, ask me.2) Quando significar qualquerTake any book you need3)Quando houver palavra de sentido negativo como seldom, never, rarely, without:He rarely has any free time
    • Usa-se Noadjetivo: nenhum, nenhumaCom verbos na forma afirmativa para dar um sentido negativo à frase:  I have no money
    • Somebody/anybody/nobodyAs mesmas regras que determinam o emprego de some/any/no são válidas para o emprego de seus compostos Pessoa Some Any body No
    • CoisaSomeAny thingNo LugarSomeAny whereno
    • Fill in the gaps withsomebody, anybody, nobody, something, anything, nothing, somewhere, anywhere ornowhere. promise about this(a) secret. you may find interesting, but if I tell 1. I know __________ you, you must to keep it issue that 2. __________ lives here. There is no water. 3. I spent the night __________ near the beach. 4. __________ could have jumped over this wall, and stole your rake. Its very low. 5. __________ scares him. Hes very brave. 6. There is __________ to park here. Lets go __________ else to park. 7. Would you like __________ to wash your hands?.
    •  8. May I have __________ for dessert, please? 9. They took him __________ in London, and he never returned. 10. Please dont leave __________ behind at home. Well be away for a fortnight. 11. She needs __________ to love. Shes very lonely. 12. They will not sing __________ in this city. They said that they would never come back. 13. There isnt __________ you can do to help them. __________ can help them. 14. We do not need __________ else to run this department. We can do it ourselves.
    •  15. __________ is ringing the bell. Go and see who it is. 16. __________ phoned while we were out, but they did not leave a message. 17. __________ tells me that there is __________ fishy going on . 18. They are looking for __________ to settle down and have children. They want to find a quiet place to lead a quiet life. 19. "Is there __________ at home?" "I dont think there is __________. Mum and dad must have gone out."