EXAMPLES: Plural countable nounsWe haven’t got any grapes in thefridge.There aren’t any women in the park.There isn’t any water. Uncountable nounsWe don’t need any furniture.
We use ANY in most questions.EXAMPLES:Is there any ice in the fridge?Has he got any friends?Do you need any help?
BUT…..When we offer and ask for things, we use SOME.EXAMPLES:Offer Would you like some coffee? Yes, please.Ask Can I have some soup, please? Yes, of course. Can you give me some money? Sure.
L L PARK PARK T T E E E R R T G G N O O PARK SPORTS CENTRE CHURCH S S CHURCH ART GALLERYSCHOOL ART GALLERYM PARK A I N S T R E E RESTAURANTT HOSPITAL FUNFAIR ZOOC E N T E R S T R E E T PALACE SQUAREPARK P A R K A MARKET V E N U E PARK LITTLETO N Is there any police station in Littleton? No, there isn´t.Are there any parks in Littleton? Yes, there are. Yes, there are six parks. There are two churches in Littleton. There is a sports centre in Littleton. ASK MORE QUESTIONS TO YOUR PARTNERS
THERE IS – THERE ARE SOME - ANY SINGULAR PLURALAFFIRMATIVE There is =There´s There areSENTENCES + A – AN - ONE SOME There is an old palace in my city. There are some flowers in the garden. SINGULAR PLURAL NEGATIVE There is not = There isn´t There are not = There aren´t SENTENCES - A – AN - ONE ANY There isn´t a chimney in my living-room. There aren´t any shops in this part of town SINGULAR PLURAL I s there…? Yes, there is.INTERROGATIVE No, there isn´t. Are there…?Yes, there are. No, there aren´t. SENTENCES ? A – AN - ONE ANY Is there a lettuce in the fridge?. Are there any benches in the park?. Offer SOME Ask for