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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Prepared by; Fatima Al Amri
There are some flowers on the table.
There are some children in the garden.
Uncountable nouns .
There is some money in the bank.
We need some meat and some water
Have abiscuits \ some biscuite
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.
Thy bought some honey.
Did some of you sleep on the floor ?
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.
Have you got any many ?
Did he catch any fish ?
I haven’t any matches.
If you need any more mony , please let me know .
Non as the subject is possible but not very usual :
None of the tourists wanted to climb the mountain.