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Some & Any

1H/V
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Tim Simons

on 25 February 2016

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Transcript of Some & Any

Some and Any
In what do they differ? Nederlands: Welke 3 regels gelden hier? Do we have any homework to do?
Yes, we've got some homework to do.
Have you got any idea about what is going on?
I can't think about any other person than you!
We haven't got any time to loose!
What is he doing? He's just playing some music. Some en Any betekenen allebei: Enige, enkele, een paar, wat...

Heb je een paar euro over?
enige
enkele
wat De 3 Regels Some gebruik je bij bevestigend
Any gebruik je bij vragend & ontkennend Do we have any homework to do?
Yes, we've got some homework to do.
I haven't got any nice shirt to wear! Indeed,
those colours form the
National Flag of Columbia! Uitzondering Wanneer je al weet dat het antwoord
op je vraag 'ja' is, gebruik je some! Bijvoorbeeld bij de slager: Have you got some meatballs for me? Inderdaad, een vraag! Je weet dat de slager gehaktballen heeft! Wat zou je invullen?
Some of Any? Exercises!
1. Have you got ... peaches left in the fridge?
2. I want to play ... football after dinner.
3. There isn't ... greenfield we can play on.
4. Let's first make us ... food then.
5. Can I have ... coffee, please?
6. There aren't ... problems, are there?
7. Why is she crying? She lost ... euros. Answers to the Exercises 1. Have you got any peaches left in the fridge?
2. I want to play some football after dinner.
3. There isn't any greenfield we can play on.
4. Let's first make us some food then.
5. Can I have some coffee, please?
6. There aren't any problems, are there?
7. Why is she crying? She lost some euros. Bonus!!
What are these fruits called?
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