Feb 032013

In this episode of Study English we are going to practise using the words some and any. We will also build up our vocabulary about space and astronomy.

Study Tips:
While both some or any refer to an indefinite quantity, remember that some means ‘part or not all of something’, and any means ‘all or none of something’.

Also, some is commonly used with affirmative statements, while any with negative and question sentences.


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