Is "something" the same as "some things"? Similarly, is "manything" the same as "many things"?
If they are different from each other, then when do we use "something", "somethings"; "manything", "many things"?
Is "something" used as a plural or single noun? E.g: We often say: "There's something..." or "There are something..."?
When do we use 'something' and when do we use 'some thing'? Could you give me some particular cases?There is one more possibility: "some thing." There is a difference in pronunciation between "something" and "some thing". In the first, "some" is the stressed syllable. In the second, usually "thing" is stressed.
What's the difference between 'something' and 'some things' or 'some thing', by the way?
We use "some things" when we are talking about many things.
I am not sure though if I'm telling you all there is to say about it. I hope someone who knows more about it is going to help us both.