Solutions for: App 341 / Some or Any (2)

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

Use "any" in negative sentences. For example: He hasn't got any friends.
"Any" is also used in most questions. For example. Do you have any apples? (You are not sure if they have apples).
Joshua hasn't got ______ socks to wear today. They are all in the washing machine!

Solution:
any
I need to do ______ chores before I can come out and play.

Solution:
some
It is very foggy today. Can you see ______ stars?

Solution:
any
I would like ______ croissants, please!

Solution:
some
They didn't make ______ mistakes in the vocabulary test.

Solution:
any
I would like ______ orange juice, please.

Solution:
some
I haven't got ______ water...

Solution:
any
...but Sadie has ______!

Solution:
some
Do you have ______ idea where the theatre is?

Solution:
any
I took out ______ books from the library today.

Solution:
some
There are still ______ places left in our drama class, do you want to join?

Solution:
some
I am sorry, there aren't ______ spaces available for the clay workshop.

Solution:
any
Do you have ______ siblings?

Solution:
any
I would like to invite ______ friends for my birthday tomorrow.

Solution:
some
Could we play ______ music in my room?

Solution:
some