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    Would you like some(any) coffee?

    Is the following correct?

    A:Would you like some coffee?
    B: Yes, please

    A:Would you like any coffee?
    B: No, thank you.

    Is some for positive answer and any for negative answer? Or are they exchangeable?

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    Re: Would you like some(any) coffee?

    Try this thread: Quantifiers 'some' and 'any'

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