"Some and any" 2. ( We often use any after if: If anyone has any questions, I’ll be pleased to answer them./ The following sentences have the idea of if: I’m sorry for any trouble I’ve caused. (= if I have caused any trouble)./ We also use any with the meaning ‘it doesn’t matter which’: You can take any bus. They all go to the centre. (= it doesn’t matter which bus you take)./ We use anybody/anyone/anything/anywhere in the same way: We forgot to lock the door. Anybody could have come in./ Compare something and anything: A: I’m hungry. I want something to eat. B: What would you like? A: I don’t mind. Anything. (= it doesn’t matter what)./ Somebody/someone/anybody/anyone are singular words: Someone is here to see you. But we use they/them/their after these words: Someone has forgotten their umbrella. (= his or her umbrella).
Тема 5. Изучаем some и any и их производные.