Articles related to "some"

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Some is used to modify a noun or replace it. It can also act as an adverb.

Some vs. Several

'Some' and 'several' are quantifiers, so it is important to know their differences to use them in the right way.

 

Some vs. Most

Some and most are both quantifiers, so let us get to know them.

 

Little vs. Some

Both of the two words are quantifiers and they are misused a lot but if you know the meanings. It would make no confusion for you.

 

Anybody vs. Somebody

'Anybody' and 'somebody' are indefinite pronouns that refer to people without saying exactly who they are. Here, we will discuss 'anybody' and 'somebody'.

 

Someone vs. Everyone

'Someone' and 'everyone' are both indefinite pronouns that refer to unspecified persons. Here, we will discuss their similarities and differences.

 

Something

The word 'something' has two functions in English grammar. We will discover its functions and more in this lesson.

 

Someone

'Someone' is used to refer to both general and specific people. In this part, we will go through its uses and grammatical rules in English grammar.

 

Anyone vs. Someone

'Anyone' and 'someone' are both indefinite pronouns that refer to an unidentified person. But despite their similarities, are they identical?

 

Someone vs. Some One

Is there a difference between 'someone' and 'some one'? Can 'some one' also be used as an indefinite pronoun? Let's check them out.

 

Assertive Pro-forms

An assertive pro-form is a type of word that stands in for another word, phrase, clause, or sentence where the truth of a positive statement is asserted.

 

Some vs. Any

The general rule is to use 'some' in positive, and 'any' in negative and interrogative sentences.

 

Some vs. Many

'Some' and 'many' both are quantifiers. It is important to know where to use them. In this part, we will look at their similarities and differences.

 

Some

'Some' can be used as a determiner, pronoun, and adverb. In this lesson, we will discover all about this word and its uses and functions.

 

Somebody vs. Everybody

'Somebody' and 'everybody' are both what we call indefinite pronouns. Here, we will learn about their similarities and differences.

 

Nobody vs. Somebody

What is the difference between the two indefinite pronouns of 'nobody' and 'somebody'? Where can we use each one of them. Let's find out.

 

Pro-forms

Understanding pronouns enable us to understand pro-forms in English very well. Pro-forms are alternatives that are put in the position of words, phrases, etc.

 

Nothing vs. Something

'Something' and 'nothing' can be considered two opposite indefinite pronouns in the English grammar. To know about their differences, read this article!

 

Some vs. Some Of

The difference between 'some' and 'some of' is too easy to learn. So let us start learning.

 

Somebody vs. Somebody Else

What is the difference between these two sentences? 'Ask somebody for help'. And 'Ask somebody else for help'. Let's see.

 

Someone vs. Someone Else

What is the difference in meaning when we add the adverb 'else' to the indefinite pronoun 'someone'? To find out the difference between the two, read this part!

 

Someday vs. Some day

This time, we're gonna analyze two grammatically-confusing words. If you wanna start another exciting learning adventure, join me.

 

Anything vs. Something

In this part, we are going to discuss the meanings and uses of 'something' and 'anything'. We will look at their similarities and differences.

 

Somebody

'Somebody' is used to refer to general and specific people. In this part, we will go through its uses and grammatical rules in English grammar.

 

Indefinite Pronouns

Indefinite pronouns refer to people or things without saying exactly who or what they are. In this lesson, we will learn more about these pronouns.

 

Sometime vs. Some time

Do you know how each of these words is used? Do you think they have similarities or differences? Well, don't you wanna come?

 

Some vs. Few

'Some' and 'few' both refer to a quantity. So there is always a challenge to choose between them.

 
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