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    snade17 is offline Member
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    Smile question about any and some

    Hello again dear experts,
    Is it OK if I omit the word any in the following sentence:

    1. Have you got flowers in your garden?
    2. Have you got any flowers in your garden?

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    Re: question about any and some

    Both sentences can be used. Difference being:

    1. Have you got flowers in your garden?-- asking in general, if flowers are available in the garden.

    2. Have you got any flowers in your garden?-- asking if the person has atleast some flowers in the garden.

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