English as foreign language - Year 6
Grammar - Quantities
Exercises for practising quantities
"Some" and "any" are quantifiers used to indicate an indefinite quantity or amount in English grammar. "Some" is used in positive sentences or questions to indicate the existence of a quantity, but not specifying how much. For example:
- "I have some apples."
- "Do you want some water?"
- "I don't have any apples."
- "Do you have any water?"