Solutions for: App 340 / Some or Any (1)

Practise using the correct word to describe quantities!
Use "some" in positive sentences and questions where you expect the answer to be "Yes". For example: He has some good friends. OR: Can I have some apples, please? (You know there are apples for sale).

Use "any" in negative sentences and most questions. For example: He hasn't got any friends. OR: Do you have any apples? (You are not sure if they have apples).
I brought you ______ tomatoes from our garden!

Solution:
some
Do you have ______ idea how this exercise works?

Solution:
any
I am not ready. Could I have ______ more time, please?

Solution:
some
He hasn't got ______ homework today.

Solution:
any
Could you pass me ______ paper please?

Solution:
some
I don't have ______ money left this month.

Solution:
any
I really want ______ new drawing pens!

Solution:
some
Do you have ______ plans for the weekend?

Solution:
any
Oh no, we don't have ______ chocolate left?

Solution:
any
I haven't eaten ______!

Solution:
any
My Mum wants me to buy ______ cake for this afternoon.

Solution:
some
Could I have ______ cream on my cake, please?

Solution:
some
She doesn't have ______ tickets left for the afternoon show.

Solution:
any
Could I have ______ ice cream from the freezer?

Solution:
some
Yes, we have ______! Take one out for you and one for your sister.

Solution:
some