25Where and How do we use some and any? The words some and any are used forcountable and uncountable nouns.Usually, we use some in positive (+) sentences and any in negative (-) and question(?) sentences.
26Countable nounsCountable nouns are easy to recognize. They are things that we can count.hamtomatocarrot
27Uncountable nounsWe cannot divide uncountable nouns into separate elements. We cannot "count" them.riceporkmilk
34For breakfast A : What do you have for breakfast? ProductionFor breakfastA : What do you have for breakfast?B : I always have cereal, egg and milk.A : Do you have fruit?B : Yes, I do. I like fruit.A : What fruit do you have?B : I have banana and watermelon.A : What do you drink?B : I drink orange juice.A : Do you have dessert?B : Yes, I do. I have some cookie.