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    some books vs books

    A man gave me some books this morning.

    A man gave me books this morning.

    What is the difference in the meaning of the above sentences?

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    Re: some books vs books

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    A man gave me some books this morning.

    A man gave me books this morning.

    What is the difference in the meaning of the above sentences?
    There is not much difference between them. Only "A man gave me books this morning" is less usual. When we change a singular noun into plural we use some. example: a book- some books.

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