Sunday, October 16

Some and Any: Special Cases

The topic of "Some" and "Any" is one of the first topics in English grammar, along with Countable and Uncountable Nouns

In this video, I'm going to review the basic rule on how to use them. After that, I'm going to talk about the special cases that break that rule. 

NOTE: If you aren't so familiar yet with the basic rule of Some and Any, or if you can't follow this rule at the actual moment of speaking, I don't recommend that you start practicing the special cases

First, make sure you can apply the basic rule quite well (without getting confused). Then you can start thinking about the special cases

Having said that, go ahead and watch the video

If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to post them in the Comments

P.S. The last example in the video : "Are you waiting for someone?" is possible and correct because of expectation.

To put it simply, the speaker already expects the reality in his question. 

Keep on learning !

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