“Some” vs “Any” – Quantifiers – (Grammar Lesson)

The Quantifiers, “Some” vs “Any”

(Grammar Lesson)


The use of these Quantifiers – “Some” vs “Any” are used with both Countable and Un-Countable Nouns, and are often used in very similar sentences.

They can be used to refer to a non-specific amount of one, all, every, some, none, or a non-specific type of the noun they are referring to.


To See How They Relate To Slamming Beers With your Friends…


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Or, a couple of girls doing some awesome Kung Fu moves…


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(Or risk the loss of beer and the addition of a backwards kick right in the face…  Just kidding.  But you should still read it anyways.)


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Concerned vs Worried


(To Be)

“Concerned” vs “Worried”


Both of these words, in this form, are Stative Verbs, which describe very similar states.  In fact, if you look them up in various dictionaries, you will probably find that each word is defined with the other.  However, this is not actually correct.


To Find Out Why…

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(I Promise, There Is Nothing To Be Concerned Or Worried About…  This is Not Click-Bait)

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You can find more similar words that are commonly mistaken on the “This” vs “That” Page of The GiveMeSomeEnglish!!! – Lexis Portal


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“Today’s Tid-Bit” – The Word “Mug”


(Word Of The Day)  “Mug”


(This post is a re-fresh of one of the first posts that was ever published on GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!… and as such, had fallen down such a deep crack, that it took three years to find it after many many re-arrangements of the entire GiveMeSomeEnglish!!! Universe.  So, here it is again, up-dated, and rejuvenated for your entertainment and learning pleasure.)


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(Or You’re Gonna Get “Mugged”!!!…  I’m Kidding, You Can Read It If You Want To…  Or Don’t)


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(to be able to) “Afford” (something)


– (to be able to) “Afford” (something) –


According to many dictionaries, to be able to Afford something simply means: to have enough money to pay for it.  However, this is an incredibly over-simplified definition, which is ultimately not true.


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