Using of Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives – Some, Any, One in English language grammar.

Some may be used without a noun or with countables or uncountables.

Some

Some liked blue, some liked red.

I agree with some of you.

There are some beers on the table.

She has some work to do this evening.

 

 

Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives

Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives

 

 

Any, like some, may be used without a noun or with countables or uncountables.

Any

Any more examples?

Is there any cookies left?

I didn’t make any mistake.

Any time suits me.

 

One, used only in the singular form. This pronoun may be followed by ‘s: one’s.

One

One never can tell.

One should always do one’s job.

To make up one’s mind.

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But one / ones (plural) is used to avoid the repetition of the same word.

One / Ones

I don’t like this song. Can you play better one?

She don’t like green apples, she prefer red ones.

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There were ...........  books on my desk for you.

some
any

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There was .............. to meet me at the airport.

nobody
somebody

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I haven't   ............  spare cigarete to give you.

any
some

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Do you want ............................ else ?

anything
some

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I' sure ......................... will finish the race.

everybody
anybody

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I think ........ of you can do it.

any
some

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Good morning ........... !

every one
any one

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There wasn't ............... in the pub when I went to take some coffee.

anybody
somebody

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Have ................... more cookies .

some
any

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Wrong!

I have taken ................ phone by mistake.

somebody's
anybody's

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