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    Question Some or any, much or many

    Hi!! I'd like to know when to use SOME or ANY, I know that in affirmative i have to use some, in negative any, in interrogative whichever... But do countoble and uncountable nouns affect?? Please, help me! And whith MUCH and MANY?
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    Re: Some or any, much or many

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    Re: Some or any, much or many

    Welcome to the forums, Regina.

    Go to the very top of the page and enter Some or any in the Google Custom Search box.

    You'll find links to many previous answers.

    Then look at Much or many.

    Always capitalise I.

    Rover

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