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Grammar: Any / every / no / In which situations do you use some/any? �I’ve got some good news for you! �There are some people in the room next door. �There aren’t any desks in the classroom. �I don’t have any free time this weekend. �Do you have anything to ask? �Does anyone know where the teacher is?
Any/every/some/no Generally: �some in positive sentences �any in negatives and questions, right?
But this isn’t always true… Look at these examples: Offer A: Would you like something to drink? B: Yes, please. Anything is fine. Doesn’t matter which drink Request A: Can I have some sugar, please? B: Sure, I would do anything for you This or this… anything!
Something – one thing, but don’t know/don’t Some: say which one I have something for you. Someone – one person, but don’t know/don’t say who Someone came to see you earlier. Somewhere – one place, but don’t know/don’t say which one Where are we going? Somewhere fun.
Anything – one thing, but doesn’t matter/don’t Any: care which one What do you want for dinner tonight? Anything, but not pizza again! Anyone – one person, but doesn’t matter/don’t care who Who are you going to take to the dance this weekend? Anyone… as long asplace, someone comes with me! Anywhere – one but doesn’t matter/don’t care which one Where are you going? Anywhere that’s away from
Which pronoun should we put in each place? Some/any? I’m starving. I would eat _____right now!
Which pronoun should we put in each place? Some/any? I’m trying to decide on a holiday destination. Do you know ______ that’s hot at this time of year?
Which pronoun should we put in each place? Some/any? I don’t know _______ here
Which pronoun should we put in each place? Some/any? You’ve been here a long time. Are you waiting for _______ ?
Which pronoun should we put in each place? Some/any? Happy birthday! I’ve got _______ for you.
Every: Everything – all things Everyone – all people Everywhere – all places
No: Nothing – not one thing i. e. 0 things No one – not one person i. e. 0 people Nowhere – not one place i. e. 0 places
Which pronoun should we put in each place? Every/any/no? I’ve travelled to ____ country in Europe.
Which pronoun should we put in each place? Every/any/no? Have you been to _______ in South America?
Which pronoun should we put in each place? Every/any/no? Even though I’ve been studying Maths for a year, I still don’t understand ______.
Which pronoun should we put in each place? Every/any/no? It’s our final exam tomorrow. Have you looked at _______ from the lectures?
Which pronoun should we put in each place? Every/any/no? Where is _______ ? There’s _______ here!
Active Grammar: Anybody/Everybody refers to one person at a time. b. Use something/anything for amounts in negative statements. c. Anywhere/Everywhere refers to all possible places. d. Use anything/nothing in negative sentences a.
Choose the correct answer: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. I’m going to try and see my boyfriend every/any weekend. Everybody/Anybody was thrilled to see Naomi. Get me some/any soup you can find. It doesn’t matter what kind. I can’t get rid of this cold. Nothing/anything seems to help. The market had flowers of every/any kind. I’d like to go to everywhere/somewhere hot for my vacation. I need the sun.
As a group, fill out the worksheet: �Discuss each question. �If you disagree on an answer, talk about why each person thinks it’s correct.