Dec 9, 2016

UNIT 84 • Some and any

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, 86 answers
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  • Complete the sentences with ‘some’ or ‘any’. In one sentence either ‘some’ or ‘any’ is possible.
    • We didn’t buy  . . . 
      any
      flowers.
      • any
      • some

    • This evening I’m going out with  . . . 
      some
      friends of mine.
      • any
      • some

    • A: Have you seen  . . . 
      any
      good films recently?
      B: No, I haven’t been to the cinema for ages.
      • any
      • some

    • I didn’t have  . . . 
      any
      money, so I had to borrow  . . . 
      some
      .
      • anysome
      • someany

    • Can I have  . . . 
      some
      milk in my coffee, please?
      • any
      • some

    • I was too tired to do  . . . 
      any
      work.
      • any
      • some

    • You can cash these traveller’s cheques at  . . . 
      any
      bank.
      • any
      • some

    • Can you give me  . . . 
      some
      information about places of interest in the town?
      • any
      • some

    • With the special tourist train ticket, you can travel on  . . . 
      any
      train you like.
      • any
      • some

    • If there are  . . . 
      any
      words you don’t understand, use a dictionary.
      • any
      • some

  • Complete the sentences with ‘some~’ or ‘any~’ + ‘~body’, ‘~thing’, ‘~where’. Sometimes more than one answer is possible.
    • I was too surprised to say  . . . 
      anything
      .
      • anything
      • something

    • There’s  . . . 
      somebody
      at the door. Can you go and see who it is?
      • anybody
      • anyone
      • somebody
      • someone

    • Does  . . . 
      anybody
      mind if I open the window?
      • anybody
      • anyone

    • I wasn’t feeling hungry, so I didn’t eat  . . . 
      anything
      .
      • anything
      • something

    • You must be hungry. Would you like  . . . 
      something
      to eat?
      • something
      • anything

    • Quick, let’s go! There’s  . . . 
      someone
      coming and I don’t want  . . . 
      anybody
      to see us.
      • somebodyanybody
      • anybody somebody
      • someoneanyone
      • anyonesomeone

    • Sally was upset about  . . . 
      something
      and refused to talk to  . . . 
      anybody
      .
      • something ... anybody
      • anything ... anyone

    • This machine is very easy to use.  . . . 
      Anybody
      can learn to use it in a very short time.
      • Anybody
      • Anyone
      • Somebody
      • Someone

    • There was hardly  . . . 
      anybody
      on the beach. It was almost deserted.
      • anybody
      • anyone
      • somebody
      • someone

    • A: Do you live  . . . 
      anywhere
      near Jim?
      B: No, he lives in another part of town.
      • anywhere
      • somewhere

    • We slept in a park because we didn’t have  . . . 
      anywhere
      to stay.
      • anywhere
      • somewhere

    • A: Where shall we go on holiday?
      B: Let’s go  . . . 
      somewhere
      warm and sunny.
      • somewhere
      • anywhere

    • They stay at home all the time. They never seem to go  . . . 
      anywhere
      .
      • anywhere
      • somewhere

    • I’m going out now. If  . . . 
      anybody
      phones while I’m out, can you tell them I’ll be back at 11.30?
      • anybody
      • anyone
      • somebody
      • someone

    • Why are you looking under the bed? Have you lost  . . . 
      something
      ?
      • something
      • anything

    •  . . . 
      Anybody
      who saw the accident should contact the police.
      • Anybody
      • Anyone
      • Somebody
      • Someone

    • Sue is very secretive. She never tells  . . . 
      anybody anything
      .
      • anybody anything
      • anyone anything.
      • somebody something
      • someone something

  • Complete the sentences. Use ‘any’ + noun or ‘anybody’, ‘anything’, ‘anywhere’.
    • Which bus do I have to catch? They all go to the centre.
      Which day shall I come? I don’t mind
      What do you want to eat? I don’t mind. Whatever you have.
      Where shall I sit? It’s up to you. You can sit you like.
      What sort of job are you looking for? It doesn’t matter.
      What time shall I phone tomorrow? I’ll be in all day.
      Who shall I invite to the party? I don’t mind you like.
      or
      Who shall I invite to the party? I don’t mind you like.
      Which newspaper shall I buy? Whatever they have in the shop.
      or
      Which newspaper shall I buy? Whatever they have in the shop.

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