I am not an english teacher and have never been to or lived in an English-speaking country, so it'd be silly for me to argue with a native-speaker about grammatical correctness of a sentence. So you should detail it why this was incorrect.
I have a grammar question, i don't know what is the right sentence :
1/ Are there some apples in the kitchen?
2/ Are there any apples in the kitchen?
I think the first no?
Please can someone answer my question Thanks
(Not a teacher) Are there some apples in the kitchen? = I think (suspect) that there are; Are there any apples in the kitchen? = I really don't know and am asking you. For example, if you hear a noise in the next room, you would say, "Is there someone in there?" (You think there is.)
The sentence "there are not any apples in the kitchen" doesn't sound correct to me.
I agree with you. To me, I think it sounds incorrect if you say "any apples" in this sentence...."any apples" seem to be a question, now you are telling something to someone, so you should say "some apples".... If you would like to make a question, you would say "Anything else?", You would never say "Something else?"....