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شرحنا في الدرس السابق ⇐ {Comparison of adjectives and adverbs}
Some - Any - No - Every
• in affirmative sentences.
There are some children in the park.
There is some water in the bottle.

• in questions, when we offer or ask for something politely.
Would you like some orange juice?
Can I have some water, please?

• in questions. Is there any water in the bottle?
• in negative sentences. There aren’t any children in the park.
We use some:
We use any:
We use no:

• in affirmative sentences to give a negative meaning (= not any).
There’s no water in the bottle. (= There isn’t any water in the bottle).

• We use some, any, no with plural countable nouns and with uncountable nouns.

• We use every with singular countable nouns.
He knows every student in the school.

Compounds of some, any, no and every
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• These compounds always take singular verbs and are not followed by nouns.
Someone is following me.

• We use the compounds of some, no and every in affirmative sentences.
Everybody loves hanging out with Mark.

• We use the compounds of any in questions and negative sentences.
There isn’t anyone in the house.
Is there anyone in the house?
الدرس التالي ⇐ { Past Simple }
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