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Some , any, no and none (adjectives and pronouns). Prepared by; Fatima Al Amri. SOME POSITIVE SENTENCES . Plural countable nouns Ex : There are some flowers on the table. There are some children in the garden. Uncountable nouns . Ex: There is some money in the bank.

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some positive sentences
SOME POSITIVE SENTENCES
  • Plural countable nouns

Ex :

There are some flowers on the table.

There are some children in the garden.

Uncountable nouns .

Ex:

There is some money in the bank.

We need some meat and some water

when we offer requests and ask for things we use some

When we offer, requestsand ask for things, we use SOME

Ex offer and requests :

Would you like some coffee? Yes, please

Could I have some cake ?

Ex ask :

Can I have some soup, please? Yes, ofcourse.

Can you give me some money? Sure.

some with affirmative verbs

Some with affirmative verbs

Thy bought some honey.

any negative sentences plural countable nouns uncountable nouns
ANY NEGATIVE SENTENCES Plural countable nouns Uncountable nouns

Ex Plural countable nouns:

We haven’t got any grapes in the fridge.

There aren’t any women in the park.

Ex Uncountable nouns :

There isn’t any water.

We don’t need any furniture.

we use any in most questions
We use ANY in most questions

:Ex

  • Is there any ice in the fridge?
  • Has he got any friends?
  • Do you need any help?
any with negative verbs and questions

Any with negative verbs and questions

Have you got any many ?

Did he catch any fish ?

I haven’t any matches.

any hardly barely scarcely without
Any =hardly=barely=scarcely=without
  • He hardly has any time
  • He pass the exam without any mistakes
any after if whether and in expressions of doubt

Any after if \whether and in expressions of doubt

If you need any more mony , please let me know .

no adjective and none pronoun can be used with affirmative verbs to express a negative
no(adjective) and none (pronoun) can be used with affirmative verbs to express a negative
  • I have no apples .I had some last year but I have none this year.
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no+noun can be the subject of asentence:

Non as the subject is possible but not very usual :

  • No work was done
  • No letters arrived
  • We expected letters, but none came
none of however is quite usual as subject

none + of ,however ,is quite usual as subject :

None of the tourists wanted to climb the mountain.

some any and none can be used with of the this these those possessive personal pronouns
Some ,any and none can be used with of +the \this\these\thosepossessive personal pronouns
  • Some of the staff can speak Japanese
  • Did any of your photos come out will?
  • Those some apples over there
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