Look at the picture and read the dialogue.A: No chocolate until you wash your hands.
B: But Mum, look at my hands! They are clean. Give me some chocolate, please!
A: I can't see any soap or water on them!
B: Well, Mum. There is dry cleaning, you know!
Look at the table and read some information about “some, any, no”.
Is there any meat in the fridge? No, there’s no meat in the fridge or There isn’t any meat in the fridge. There are some bananas
b. Some is also used in the interrogative when we expect a Yes answer or when we want to offer something.
Can I have some coffee, please? Would you like some tea?
c. Any is also used in positive statements but it means it doesn’t matter which.
Which book can I get? Get any book you like! (It doesn't matter which book.)