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Elementary English Course
Some and Any
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This video lesson give instructions for the use of 'Some' and 'Any' in English for Beginner level students of English. The film of the Titanic was very good, but the real story is terrible. When reading the story, did you see the words some and any? Do you know how to use these words? 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: