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Elementary English Course
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Some is used with both countable and uncountable nouns. A noun is a thing. A countable noun is a thing you can count. For example, apples - one apple, two apples, three apples. Countable nouns are individual objects, people, places, etc. which can be counted. ‘books, pens, pictures, stations, men, etc. A countable noun can be both singular - a house, an apple, - or plural - a few houses, lots of apples. Remember to use the singular form of the verb with a singular countable noun: Some vs. Any Remember, we use any in questions where we don't know the answer - "Are there really any aliens in space?" We use any in negative statements - "I don't have any sisters."