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[NEW] English Grammar: There Is, There Are, Some, Any | a an some any – NATAVIGUIDES

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In English grammar we use “there is” or “there are” to talk about things we can see and things that exist.

We use “there is” for singular and uncountable nouns, and we use “there are” for plural countable nouns.

“There are five people in the office.” (plural countable noun)

“There’s a television in the living room.” (singular countable noun)

or “There’s some milk in the fridge.” (uncountable noun)

See our page on English nouns for more information about countable and uncountable nouns.

Using “some”

With plural countable nouns we can either give the quantity (“five people”) or use “some” if we don’t know the exact quantity.

There are five people in the office.” (We can see five people exactly)

There are some people in the office.” (We don’t know exactly how many people)

With uncountable nouns we also use “some”.

There’s some milk in the fridge,” (I don’t know the exact quantity.)

There’s some money in my wallet.” (I don’t know exactly how much money.)

Remember: with singular countable nouns we use a/an, the, or another determiner or pronoun – not “some”.

There’s a woman in the shop.”

There’s the woman who works in the hospital.”

There’s my sister in the photo.”

Negative form and using “any”

There are two ways to form the negative.

1. Add not or n’t to the end of the verb. See our page on the verb to be for more information on forming negatives and questions.

“There isn’t a freezer in the kitchen.” (singular, countable noun)

“There isn’t any money in my wallet.” (uncountable noun)

“There aren’t any students” in the classroom. (plural noun)

For uncountable nouns, use “any” after the negative “isn’t”, and for plural countable nouns use “any” after “aren’t”.

Remember: Do not use “any” with singular countable nouns.
“There isn’t a single biscuit left in the packet.” (Not “There isn’t any single biscuit left in the packet.”)

2. Use “no” after “there is” or “there are”.

There is no freezer in the kitchen.” (singular countable noun)

There are no students in the classroom.” (plural noun)

There’s no coffee left.” (uncountable noun)

However, it’s more common to use “isn’t + a” for singular countable nouns, “isnt + any” for uncountable nouns and “aren’t + any” for plural nouns.

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If you need more help with English grammar, see our page on some and any for more information.

Question form and using “any”

1. To make a question, change the word order from subject-verb to verb-subject:

There is a + singular noun = Is there a + singular noun?

“Is there a toilet on this train?”

2. Then, change “some” to “any” in questions.

There is some + uncountable noun = Is there any + uncountable noun?

“Is there any time to go shopping?”

There are some + plural noun = Are there any + plural noun?

“Are there any trains to London this morning?”

Short answer form

Yes, there is. / No there isn’t.

Yes there are. / No there aren’t.

There is, There are

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[Update] Some, any, every and no | a an some any – NATAVIGUIDES

Daisy: Shall we look for somewhere to get some coffee and some cake?

Amy: Alright. I’m not very hungry, but I’d love something to drink. Where do you fancy going?

Daisy: Anywhere you like.

Amy: Well, how about this place?

Daisy: Oooh, there’s nobody else here! Where is everyone? Ah well, it’s all for us! Hi!

Waiter: Hi! What can I get you?

Daisy: I’d like a cappuccino, please, and have you got any cake?

Waiter: Oh yes, we do. We’ve got some amazing chocolate cake, and some carrot cake – that’s my personal favourite – and there’s a lemon and ginger cake … and …

Daisy: No, no, I’ll have some carrot cake – I haven’t had any for ages, and I love it!

Waiter: A great choice. And can I get you anything?

Amy: Yes, I’d like some green tea with mango, please.

Daisy: Ooh, that sounds good!

Waiter: Anything else?

Amy: Do you have any cookies?

Waiter: I’m sorry, there are none left.

Amy: OK, nothing else then. Just the tea.

Waiter: So, one green tea with mango, one cappuccino and some carrot cake. A large piece and two forks.

Daisy: So. How’s it all going? New town, new school, new people …

Amy: Well, I haven’t really made any friends yet, apart from you, but I’m OK. I just need some time to adapt.

Daisy: Yeah, of course.

Amy: And the teachers all seem nice. There’s no one really boring or unfriendly.

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Daisy: No. School’s OK. The headmaster’s new – Mr. Oliveira – I don’t think anyone really knows him yet, but he seems fine.

Amy: Yeah, someone told me he’s almost 50. Can you believe it?

Daisy: No way. He looks like somebody in that film about the millionaire … ummm … Hey, look! That’s my brother over there! Oliver! Ollie! Come and meet Amy!

Oliver: Hi, girls. What are you up to?

Daisy: Nothing. Just chatting and having some cake. Mm!! Have some, it’s delicious!

Oliver: It looks tasty, I might get some. Hi, I’m Oliver, Daisy’s brother.

Amy: Hi, I’m Amy.

Oliver: Amy. Cool. Excuse me, have you got any chocolate cake at all?

Waiter: Yes, we’ve got three different kinds – all home-made. There’s chocolate biscuit cake, white chocolate cake and chocolate and orange cake.

Oliver: Any will do. Surprise me. And a glass of water, please. Thanks. So, Amy. Where are you from? Anywhere exotic and exciting, like the places our mother visits? Singapore? …

Amy: I’m from Cambridge. Cambridge, England.

Oliver: Ah right! Cambridge! Haha, that’s somewhere Mum hasn’t been! It’s too near home! Thanks.

Daisy: Ignore him, he’s just jealous. Our mum travels a lot.

Oliver: Huh! Me!!?? Jealous?! Who needs travel when you have cake?! So, Amy, Daisy told me you’re new, right? Welcome to our town! You’ll like it here. Nice people, good cake. Now tell me about yourself …

Daisy: Ollie! It’s not a job interview! So, anyway there’s Mr Oliveira, and – oh – and Miss Pinkerton is cool, everyone likes her, she teaches maths and she can tell you everything about … well, about anything! And then there’s …



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