Any and some

/ ˈɛni ənd sʌm /

Both some and any  suggest an indefinite number or amount of something.

 

Some is more common in affirmative clauses.
Any is used in questions and negative clauses.

 

Examples of some and any

– I need some bread.

Examples of some and any in Q&A

Question: Have you got any bread?

Answer: Sorry, I haven’t got any bread.

Any and some

Both some and any  suggest an indefinite number or amount of something. Some is more common in affirmative clauses. Any is used in questions and negative clauses.

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Besides, except and apart from

Besides, except and apart from sometimes made confusion and question where to use or how to use. Besides usually make additional point to something.

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