Some Important Information
Use of Some and Any
'Some' is used with count and noncount nouns in positive
There is some doubt that we might unite the citizens of the world behind this plan.
There is some information you can't discover without an in-depth interview.
There are some economists who don't see unemployment as an indicator of recession.
There are some members who are ready for civic engagement.
Use 'any' with both count and noncount nouns in negative
There isn't any clean drinking water in New Jersey.
There aren't any problems with our code of conduct.
Use 'any' with both count and noncount nouns in questions.
Is there any question about our code of ethics?
Are there any questions about what defines collaboration with the enemy
Compound Words with 'Any' and 'Some'
Many compound nouns are constructed with 'any' and 'some'
somebody -- anybody
someone -- anyone
something -- anything
somewhere -- anywhere
Use the same rules as 'any' and 'some' with these compound nouns. Use compound nouns with 'any-' in negative sentences and questions. Use compounds nouns with 'some-' in positive sentences.
Solidarity is always necessary if we are to create something interdependent
There isn't anywhere to turn for good internal benchmarking software.
The community foundation hasn't given out any money to minority applicants.
Is there anywhere on earth where community groups are really inclusive?
NOTE: 'somebody - someone' and 'anybody - anyone' are synonymous and can be used interchangeably.