• Barbara: Is there any milk left?
Katherine: Yes, there is some in the bottle on the table.
Barbara: Would you like some milk?
Katherine: No, thank you. I don't think I'll drink any
tonight. Could I have some water, please?
Barbara: Sure. There is some in the fridge.
• Barbara: Do you know anybody who comes from China?
Katherine: Yes, I think there is someone who is Chinese
in my English class.
Barbara: Great, could you ask him some questions for
Katherine: No problem. Is there anything special you
want me to ask?
Barbara: No, I don't have anything in particular in mind.
Maybe you could ask him some questions about life in
China. Is that OK?
Katherine: I would be happy to do that for you.
• in positive sentences.
• I have some friends.
• in negative sentences or questions.
• Do you have any cheese?
• He doesn't have any friends in Chicago.
• I got some nice presents for Christmas this year.
• This job is going to take some time.
• Look! There are some large black birds on the
roof of the church.
• You have some butter on your chin.
• If you are hungry, there are some biscuits in the
• I'm sure I'll return to Japan some day.
• There is somebody on the phone for you.
• I'd like to go somewhere hot this summer.
• I didn't get any nice presents for Christmas this year.
• I looked in the cupboard but I couldn't find any biscuits.
• I don't need any help.
• She's so rude. No wonder she doesn't have any friends.
• I don't have anything to wear to the dance.
• I'm not hungry. I don't want anything to eat.
• Do you have any brothers or sisters?
• Did you catch any fish?
• Have you seen any good films recently?
• Does anyone know the answer?
• Are you going anywhere this Christmas?
• Would you like some bread? (offer)
• Could I have some water? (request)
• Would you like some more tea?
• Could I have some milk, please?
• Do you want something to eat?
• it doesn't matter which ..:
• You can come and ask for my help any time.
• Which book shall I read? - Any one. It's up to
• You can sit anywhere but here. This is my seat!
• SOMEBODY, SOMEWHERE,
• We use "some" words - somebody,
someone, somewhere and something - in
• He lives somewhere near here.
• ANYBODY, ANYWHERE, ANYTHING
• We use "any" words - anybody, anyone,
anywhere and anything - in negative
sentences or questions.
• Do you know anything about that boy?
• She doesn't have anywhere to go.
• Would you ________like to eat?
• I have _________money in my wallet.
• Is there _______juice in the fridge?
• He can't think of ________to do.
• I'd like to go _______hot for my vacation.
• Is there _______who plays tennis in your class?
• I'm afraid I don't have ______answers to life's
• Could I have ________Coke?