English words 'Some' and 'any' P-iii (KG-06)

English words 'Some' and 'any' P-iii (KG-06)

The ingredients to make a lemon cake, 

The  General  summary  of ingredients,

countable and uncountable objects,

Positive Negative and question form.

'Some' and 'Any' This, That, These, Those

count, counts, counted, counting. (verbs)

Meanings for some words, be of value.

 

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How to use

Some & Any

(Part - iii)

 

 

The ingredients

to make

a lemon cake:

 

The General

summary

of ingredients:

 

countable

and

uncountable

objects:

 

 

Let's look at

the General

Summary:

 

'Some' and 'Any'

 

Structure:

 

Countable objects + plural verbs 

 

Positive cases:

 

1.

There are some

lemons in the basket.

 

2.

There are some

CDs on the table.

 

3.

There are some

eggs on the egg rack.

 

 

Negative cases:

 

there aren't any...

 

 

We use

any

for the

negative:

 

1.

'there aren't any

cigarettes

in the packets.

 

2.

'there aren't any

biscuits

on the table.

 

3.

'there isn't any

magazine

on the rack.

 

Alright!

 

Now questions:

 

Here again,

we use 'any'

in the negative

and

'any'

in the questions.

 

1.

So, 'are there

'any' glasses

on the table'?

 

2.

'are there 'any'

books on the table?'

 

3.

'are there 'any'

pens on the desk?'

 

{Alright! So

'some' in the positive,

'any' in the negative, 

and the question form.}

 

good!

Now let's

move on to

uncountable

objects, 

these are here,

 

 

the examples are:

 

' there is' singular verb.

 

 

'There is some sugar

on the table'

 

'There is some flour

on the table'

 

'there is some water

on the table'

 

 

 

Ok! Negative,

again we use 'any'

 

We say

'there isn't any bread

on the table'

 

'there isn't any 'wine'

 (a liquid on the table)

 

 'there isn't any chocolate

 on the table' 

 

 

Alright!

 

  

questions

 

again with the

 

singular verb

and 'any'

 

'is there any money

on the table'

 

'is there any pasta?'

 

 

Unfortunately not... and

'is there any beer?'

 

 

Ok.

Now I want to add

one more thing

to this lesson.

 

And it's the words

'this' 'that'

'these' 'those'

Let me explain:

 

 

With one object

you say 'this CD'

 

But when it's distant

from you far away,

You say 'that CD',

 

'this', that' alright?

 

We hear 'this' very often.

  

 

Let me take two, plural.

 

Now we say 'these CDs'

 

When they're far from you 

we say 'those CDs' Okey!

 

So 'these', 'those'

One 'this', 'that' 

 

 

Let's see again:

 

So, this book...

 

plural:

 

 

these books...

  

When they're

close to you

 

and

 

that chair for example 

'those chairs',

(When they're distant from you.)

 

There's a lot to remember,

that's a big lesson.

 

So we have learned

 

'Some' and 'Any',

'Countable' and 'Uncountable'.

 

This, That, These, Those.

 

So you have to

lot to do at home

to study there.

 

Anyway,

no problem

because you're

a great student.

 

So we'll meet

next again very soon,

for some more English,

take care!

 

Bye for now!

 

 

Meanings for

some words:

 

Count:

 

(noun) :

 

1.

total: 

 

The count

revealed that 

10 mangoes

were missing

from the basket.   

 

2.

numbering:

     

On the count of three,

you will start the race.

 

 

(verbs)

 

count, counts,

counted, counting.     

 

1.

to find

the total

number of

 

add up:

 

I counted

the pages

in the book.

 

2.

include

 

There are

four large trees

in the garden,

not counting

the palm tree.

 

3.

be of value:

 

It is not winning

the game

that counts,

but taking parts.

 

That's all.

I have just finished

the third part

of this

valuable lesson.

Okey! God Bless!

 

" May The Triple Gem,

Bless You, Regards!

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