She has got some notebooks.
There isn’t any butter.
There isn't any bread left.
There was some snow here last winter.
Can you see any oranges?
I don't have any friends.
Use ‘some’ with both plural countable nouns and uncountable nouns. Use ‘any’ for negatives or questions with both countable and uncountable nouns.
I’ve got some bananas and some honey.
I haven’t got any oranges or any milk.
Have you got any pears or any juice?
I will give you some money this weekend.
I don’t have any money left now.
We use ‘a’ or ‘an’ with singular countable nouns, and put ‘s’ on plural countable nouns. We do not use ‘a’ or put ‘s’ on uncountable nouns.
I can see a cat.
There are some dogs.
I haven’t got any chocolate.
We say… We don’t say…
There were some play cards on the bed. (NOT There were any play cardson the bed.)
Ramesh hasn’t got any time. (NOT Ramesh hasn’t got some time.)
There isn’t any oil. (NOT There isn’t any oil.)