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SOME AND ANY

    A AND AN
 
 
 
 
              a/an + singular nouns                                 some/any + plural noun
             "There's a cat in the chair"                                         some
                                                                               (with positive sentences)
            "There's an apple in the table"                     "There are some cats"
 
 
                                                                       any
                                                                               (questions and negatives)
                                                                         "There aren't any dogs here"
                                                                      "Are there any children there?"
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A Complete using some/any/a/an:
 
1. There's  airport next to the city.
2. There are  beautiful gardens, but there aren't  fountains.
3. There are  postcards on this table for you.
4. Are there  parents in that party?
5. There isn't  shopping centre in this little town.
6. Is there  office near here?
7. There are  good books that you should read.
8. Is there  orange in the fridge?
9. Are there  chocolates in the kitchen?
10. There aren't  cookies left, sorry!
11. There's  house next to the river. Some friends live there.
12. Are there  armchairs in your house?
 
 
 
 
B Decide if these sentences are correct or incorrect.
Write C (correct) or I (incorrect).
 
1. There are any pictures on the wall.
2. There is a cat near the wall.
3. Are there some books in the shelves?
4. There aren't any dog in the garden.
5. There are some mistakes in your essay.
6. Is there some boy in the living room?
7. There are some apples in the kitchen.