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Fill in with  some or any : (Sometimes both are possible, depending on how you perceive the situation)

1.     There are____apples in the fridge.
2.     Is there____bank near here? I'm new and still wandering around the city.
3.     There aren't _____oranges left!
4.     Would you like____coffee?
5.     Do you have____clue how to solve this problem?
6.     I have____very interesting books, come and we can read together!
7.     Tony was having ____ problems with his car, so he couldn't drive his child to the school.
8.     She didn't have_____toys left to play with, so I borrowed her_____.
 
9.     Can I have____salt in my salad, please?
10. They couldn't buy____roses for the teacher. It was too expensive!
11. My parents are usually busy, so they don't have____time left for me!
12. What an interesting story! Do yo have ____ more?
 
13. I have_____problems with this computer, what about you?
14. Do you have____pencil to borrow, I don't have____with me now.
15. Would you like____juice to drink?
16. There are____great hot-dogs over there!
17. I would like to buy____training shoes, but I don't know what to choose.
SOME ANY18. I think that I can see____guys over there coming towards us!
19. She is making _____ nice cakes!
20. Are there_____dishes I can use?
21. May I take_____handouts for my friends who are not coming on class today?
22. Are there____pupils outside or everyone is here?
23. There are____ meals you can try for free!


Drill: Exercise 2 ( practising with -questions where you offer something or where you expect the answer 'yes'-it can be done orally since it's a kind of a drill.) In each sentence use SOME: 

1.     Would you like____tea?

2.     Could you pass me____salt,please?
 

3.     Would you like____ biscuits?

4.     May I take____ biscuits? 

5.     Am I allowed to use

____ materials for free?

6.     Could you tell me if there are____banks nearby?

7.     Can I take_____pencils?

8.     Would you like to eat____ bananas?
9.     Are there____students who are not present?
  


SOME- in positive sentences and 'polite' questions like- 'Would you like some coffee?'


  ANY- in questions and negatives:
      I don't have any friends.
      Do you have any friends?
      Is there any bank near here?
      She can't do any homework herself.
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