This practice exercise is a fun activity to teach the quantifiers ‘some’ and ‘any’. In this activity, students must choose ‘some’ or ‘any’ to complete the sentence.
This ‘Some/Any’ activity is great for teaching and learning about the difference between the quantifiers ‘some’ and ‘any’ in English.
This activity is free. Simply watch the video from this page or from our YouTube channel. See below for instructions on how to use this activity, and for related resources.
Some and Any Activity
To use this activity, simply show the video in class. There are 10 questions and each question asks students to choose ‘some’ or ‘any’ to complete the sentence.
There are a variety of different ways you can use this activity to teach ‘some’ and ‘any’. You can ask students to raise their hands to indicate their answer, or move to one side of the room, etc. Or you can pause the video and ask students to write down the sentence before revealing the answer.
This Some/Any exercise is a fun way to review the difference between ‘some’ and ‘any’ with beginner English language students.