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Complete the sentences with some or any.
- Harrold and Julia don’t know good restaurants in Boston.negative sentence → any
- Have you seen Steven Spielberg films?question → any
- You have tomato sauce on your face.positive sentence → some
- My parents grow vegetables in their garden.positive sentence → some
- I haven’t got siblings.negative sentence → any
Complete the sentences with an indefinite pronoun (something, someone/somebody, somewhere, anything, anyone/anybody, anywhere).
- Has seen my glasses?question, asking about a person → anyone/anybody
- Would you like to drink?offer, we expect the answer to be yes → something
- I had a strange feeling that was following me.positive sentence, referring to a person → somebody/someone
- The hotel was very beautiful. Mary-Anne had never been so posh before. word with a negative meaning (never), referring to a place → anywhere
- She said about coming late today.positive sentence, talking about a statement → something