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a / an / some / any
He is a boy. This is an egg. a = 1 an = 1 He has a pen.
Positive sentences some = + 1We use "some" in positive sentences.
There are some apples on the table.
Use some for both countable and uncountable nouns.I have some books. There is some milk in the glass
Any = +1 Use "any" in negative sentences or questions for countable and uncountable nouns. He doesn't have any pens. Do you have any cheese?
some onions any potatoes İn my kitchen.I have got but I haven’t got İn my kitchen.
I have got--------carrots but I haven’t got--------tomatoes. anysome I have got carrots but I haven’t got tomatoes. any some I have got pears but I haven’t got grapes. pears any grapes
I have got some fruit juice but I haven’t got any whisky.I have got some hotdogs but I haven’t got any eggs. eggs hotdogs fruit juice whisky I have got some fruit juice but I haven’t got any whisky.
Peter has got some biscuits but he hasn’t got any coffee.Emily Emily has got some bread but she hasn’t got any cake.
coke Tom Aysel Aysel has got some popcorn but she hasn’t got any coke.Tom has got some cake but he hasn’t got any sandwiches. Aysel Aysel has got some popcorn but she hasn’t got any coke. popcorn coke
Robert has got some pizza but he hasn’t got any hamburgers.
There are ----------------------------------------- some cucumbers, eggplants and There are in the fridge. peas any tomatoes peppers and There aren’t İn the fridge.
Count nouns one bananas Two bananas Four bananas.
Talking about quantity
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