“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…


Some vs Any (Beers With Friends) - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!


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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Much, Many, and A Lot Of – English Usage

Much, Many, and A Lot Of…


The Usage Of These Quantifiers and Determiners

(I Promise, No Click-Bait…  Just A Lot Of really good information with Many examples and a Much-needed simpification of a subject that some foolish teacher say is actually difficult…  it is not…  as long as you…

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Un-Countable Noun – Grammar Lesson

“Un-Countable Noun”


An Un-Countable Noun is a Noun which represents things which can not be “counted” as individual units.  These are things like liquids, or anything that would be very difficult to “count”, and also include “abstract” things like feelings, thoughts, and emotions.


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To learn more about Un-Countable Nouns (and why Steve is getting food poured on his head)…


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