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AULAS 7 e 8 - SOME ANY NO & COMPOUNDS. LONG BEACH, CA . Fill in the correct word ( some or any ). 1. I need a hammer and some nails. ( in positive clauses, we usually use 'some‘ ) 2. He does not want any help. ( in negative clauses, we use 'any‘ )

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Fill in the correct word (some or any).

1. I need a hammer and some nails.

(in positive clauses, we usually use 'some‘)

2. He does not want anyhelp. (in negative clauses, we use 'any‘)

3. There are somesheep in the garden.

(in positive clauses, we usually use 'some)

4. Do you know anyfamous people?

(in questions, we usually use 'any‘)

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5. They often invite somefriends to their home.

(in positive clauses, we usually use 'some‘)

6. Do you have any idea what they are doing there?

(in questions, we usually use 'any‘)

7. Charly doesn't have anypets. (in negative clauses, we use 'any‘)

8. My little brother already knows some words in English.

(in positive clauses, we usually use 'some‘)

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9. My mum doesn't speak anyforeign languages.

(in negative clauses, we use 'any' )

10. (I've got some sweets for you.

(in positive clauses, we usually use 'some‘)

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B) Fill in the correct word (someone or anyone).

  • I know someonewho is 100 years old.
  • ( in positive clauses, we usually use 'some…‘)
  • 2. There is someoneat the door.
  • (in positive clauses, we usually use 'some…‘)
  • 3. Did anyone call?
  • (in questions, we usually use 'any…‘)
  • 4. I think there is someone in the bushes.
  • in positive clauses, we usually use 'some…'
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5. I won't tell anyone about your secret.

(in negative clauses, we use 'any…‘)

6. I didn't know the way, so I had to ask someone

(in positive clauses (second part) we usually use 'some…' )

7. Has anyone seen my keys?

(in questions, we usually use 'any…‘)

8. I would not give my bike to anyone.

(in negative clauses, we use 'any…‘) .

9. This jacket does not belong to any of us.

(in negative clauses, we use 'any…‘)

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C) Fill in the correct word.

  • Phil is watching something on TV.
  • (in positive clauses, we usually use 'some…‘)
  • 2. Can you see Simon anywhere?
  • (in questions, we usually use 'any…' )
  • 3. My little sister doesn't eat anything with carrots.
  • (in negative clauses, we use 'any…‘)
  • 4. My grandfather is someone who doesn't go anywhere
  • near a computer.
  • (in positive clauses (first part) we usually use 'some…‘)
  • (in negative clauses (second part) we use 'any…‘)
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5. The accident happened somewhere near our school.

(in positive clauses, we usually use 'some…‘)

6. Does anyone speak Japanese?

(in questions, we usually use 'any…' )

7. Someone will wait for you at the station.

(in positive clauses, we usually use 'some…‘)

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D) Choose the correct alternative.

01. Don’t tell _____ lies to me; you cannot deceive me any longer.

a) some

b) no

c) none

d) no one

e) any

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03. Are there ________ books for me today?  No, there are not ______ books for you today.

a) any - any

b) some - some

c) any - some

d) anyone - some

e) something - no

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04. “Have you seen my radio?”

“No, I haven’t seen it ___________.”

a) where

b) nowhere

c) everywhere

d) somewhere

e) anywhere

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05. He couldn’t find ________ wrong with the food.

a) some

b) nothing

c) anything

d) every

e) no

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06. The room is empty. There is ______ in it.

a) anybody

b) somebody

c) nobody

d) anything

e) something

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07. I ever eat _______ for breakfast.

a) something

b) whatever

c) nothing

d) anything

e) something

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08. (FATEC) He left without ________ money.

a) some

b) no

c) no one

d) any

e) none

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09. (ITA) _________ cures a headache faster than an aspirin.

a) Nothing

b) None

c) Nobody

d) Somebody

e) Anybody

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10. (MACKENZIE) _________ of you can speak English well.

a) None

b) No one

c) Nobody

d) Anybody

e) Someone

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E) Fill in the blanks with the words in parentheses.

  • a) Did you understand my idea?
  • b) He never does anything right because he misunderstands the teacher’s instructions.
  • a) If you misbehave in class, the teacher will send you out.
  • b) Mary is a good girl. She always behaves herself very well.
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a) I never find my ashtray. My children always misplace it.

  • b) They are going to place a new product in the market.
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F) Fill in the blanks with the words in parentheses.

1. a) That film shows the greatness of the

Amazon forest.

b) Tom Sawyer is a great book.

2. a) She has been weak since she had pneumonia.

b) The weakness of that people is their ignorance.

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3. a) Loneliness is common to people of large cities.

b) Fran is a lonely girl. She’s always bu herself.

4. a) We can feel the dryness of the air in the desert.

b) There has been little rain, so the soil is dry.

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G) Fill in the blanks with the words in parentheses.

1. a) Ozone is a stable gas.

b) Weight and speed are important factors for

the stability of a car.

2. a) There is great probability of rain tonight.

b) What’s the probable solution for the energy

crisis?

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3. a) Paul is an old friend of ours.

b) Their friendship has lasted for many years.

4. a) Ghandi had a natural leadership over his

people.

b) Martin Luther King was a very important leader

in the Afro-American society.

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H) Complete the following sentences by adapting the word given in brackets.

1. The film was so predictable .  You knew exactly how it

was going to end.  (predict)2.  The goverment is concerned about the significant rise

in homelessness. (homeless)3.  It has been scientifically proven that stroking a cat can

lower your blood pressure. (scientific)4.  In the UK it is illegal to sell cigarettes to children under

16.  (legal)5. The film turned out to be a big disappointment.   It was

really quite boring.  (disappoint)

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6. Lizzy has just won a scholarship to a world-renowned

university. (scholar)7.  It's pointless arguing with them.  They are not going

to change their mind. (point)8.  You will need your parents' permission if you want to

go on the school trip. (permit)9.  Thank you so much for the flowers. It's very

thoughtful of you. (thought)

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10.  Sarah speaks perfect French as she spent much of

her childhood in Canada. (child)11.  I've misplaced my wallet. Have you seen it anywhere?

(place)12.  Don't forget to disconnect the modem when you have

finished using it. (connect)13.  Ben sulks like a child when he doesn't get his own

way.  He's so immature . (mature)