Sentences with "some"

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jack

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I need some quarter meats grill right away. <--correct?
I need some quarter meat grill right away. <--is this correct?

"I need some money." <--correct?
"I need some moneys." <--incorrect? This doesn't sound right to me?

"It's time to cook some meats." <--correct?
"It's time to cook some meat." <--incorrect?

Does "some" make the object plural for all cases?

Can you give me some more examples with sentences containg the word "some" in it?
Do you have any webpages that can show me how to use sentences with the word "some" in it?
 

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I need some quarter meats grill right away. <--correct?
I need some quarter meat grill right away. <--is this correct?
I'd say I need some quarterpounders to grill right away.

"I need some money." <--correct?
"I need some moneys." <--incorrect? This doesn't sound right to me?

Don't use 'moneys'. The plural is only found in special contexts like legal English.

"It's time to cook some meats." <--correct?
"It's time to cook some meat." <--incorrect?

Use 'some meat'

Some can be used with a plural and with an uncountable noun:
some money (uncountable)

some people (countable)

Practise here: https://www.usingenglish.com/quizzes/237.html
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jack

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Some can be used with a plural and with an uncountable noun:
some money (uncountable)

some people (countable)

"I sitll don't really unerstand the difference between lyric and lyrics. " <--correct?

"I sitll don't really unerstand the differences between lyric and lyrics. " <--correct? why? "differences" is not countable and it is plural?

"No more lies." <--correct? Why is "lies" plural? How is it countable?
"No more lie." <--correct?
 
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