1 some, 2 any, 3 some, 4 any, 5 some, 6 any, 7 some, 8 some, 9 any, 10 any
1 any, 2 some, 3 some, 4 any, 5 any, 6 any, 7 any, 8 some, 9 If there is any cake left, I would like some, 10 some
1 each / every, 2 each, 3 any, 4 any, 5 any, 6 every, 7 any, 8 each, 9 each, 10 any, 11 each, 12 each, 13 any, 14 each / every, 15 any, 16 each, 17 any, 18 every, 19 each, 20 each, 21 each, 22 every, 23 each, 24 each / every
1 anything, 2 everything, 3 anything, 4 anybody, 5 anybody (‘somebody’ when you are sure there is someone who can show you how.), 6 all, 7 somebody, 8 everybody, 9 anyone, 10 all 11 anybody, 12 all
1 Don’t believe everything / all he says.
2 ‘What would you like to eat?’ ‘Oh, anything is fine / will do.’
3 She has / takes a bath every / each day.
4 There were trees on each side of the road. / on either side of the road … / on both sides of the road.
5 Each of the flats had its own entrance.
6 ‘When are we leaving / When will / shall we leave / When do we leave?’ ‘In any case before twelve (o’clock).’
7 Each member of the team got a gold medal. / … was given a …
8 If there is any damage / Should there be any damage / If there should be any damage, you have to / need to / should / must notify the insurance company within 24 hours.
9 (Are there) any questions?
10 Every citizen has to pay / must pay / needs to pay tax(es).
11 For the refugees any house was better than no house.
12 I was introduced to each of his friends.
13 Nearly / Almost every child likes ice cream / ice-cream.
14 Does anybody / anyone know how this remote control works?
15 Each of the applicants got ten minutes for a presentation. / The applicants got ten minutes each for a presentation. / The applicants each got …
16 Any lawyer would have given the same advice / counsel.
17 A terrorist attack can happen at any moment and in any country.
18 Each employee of our company / firm has his or her own locker / has their own locker.
19 Each of us was very surprised.
20 Do you have / Have you got any brothers or sisters?
21 I (have) read this story in some magazine.
22 Do you sell any English (news)papers?
23 Can / Could you lend me some money please? / Can / Could you please lend …
24 I will / shall mail / e-mail you immediately, should there be any new developments / if there should be any …
25 In this case anybody / anyone would have done the same (thing).
1 any e-mails: In questions, we use any when we do not know whether the answer will be ‘yes’ or ‘no’.
2 any questions: In a clause of condition we use any.
4 anyone / anybody: In questions we use anybody / anyone when the speaker is uncertain about whether the answer is ‘yes’ or ‘no’.
5 his or her passport; his / her passport; their passport: When each and every refer to persons who can either be male or female we use he / she; he or she or their.
6 any stamps: We use any when we do not know whether the answer will be ‘yes’ or ‘no’.
7 any day: Any is used when the meaning is ‘it doesn’t matter which’.
8 anything: Anything is used when ‘alles’ means ‘no matter what’.
9 every: We use each when we think of things / persons separately, one by one. Every is more common when we think of things / persons together as a group.
10 any number: Any is used when the meaning is ‘it doesn’t matter which’.
12 all: When ‘alles’ means ‘the only thing’, all must be used.
14 some: When we expect people to answer ‘yes’, we use some.
1 any, 2 anyone / anybody, 3 any; any; any, 4 any