2SOME/ ANYWe use some with countable and plural countable nouns in affirmative sentences and offers.There are some carrots in the fridge.Would you like some tea?We use any with uncountable and plural countable nouns in question and negative sentences.Is there any milk in the fridge?There aren’t any apples in the fridge.
3WOULD LIKEWe use would like you like …? when we offer something.Would you like some coffee?We use I would like or I’d like when we ask for something politely .I’d like some coffee, please.We use to after would like if there is a verb.Would you like to eat something?No, thanks. I’m thirsty. I’d like to drink coke.
4Exercise: Complete with some any. 1) A: Are you hungry? There are ________ cheese sandwiches in the fridge and there are ______ sausages on the table.B: I want a sandwich, but I don’t want ________ sausages.A: Would you like _______ ketchup with your sandwich?B: Sure.A: Oops, we haven’t got ________ ketchup.B: That’s OK.2) A: Have we got __________ pasta?B: No, we haven’t. Get ________ from the supermarket.A: OK.What about milk and orange juice?B: Well, we’ve got __________ milk, but we haven’t got ___________ orange juice. We need ___________ tea, too.A: OK.
5How much/ How manyWe use How much ….? with uncountable nouns to ask about the quantity of somethingHow much water is in the bottle?We use How many ….? with plural countable nouns to ask about the number of something.How many students are there in the classroom?