Questions tagged with some

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Do I need to include the word 'some' in my sentence?
I said to a group recently, "Australians wear hats to protect themselves from the sun." I was corrected: "Some Australians ...
some 0 votes, asked Nov 06 '15 by Mark
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what part of speech is each of the words in italics
some twenty boys were absent
some 0 votes, asked Nov 04 '15 by mohammad usama
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Sentences with the words/phrases: little/a little , few/a few , and some.
I live in Ukraine , and am in ninth grade. My english teacher asked me to help her out as ...
few little some 0 votes, asked Mar 30 '15 by Azrael
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In the absence of 'all' or 'some'
If you say 'politicians are corrupt' without prefacing it with 'all' or 'some', is it reasonable to assume the meaning ...
all some 0 votes, asked Feb 21 '15 by mcjr
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english, any or some
can you help me if there is any difference between the sentences? Thank you! 1. If I had any spare ...
some or any 0 votes, asked Jan 06 '15 by student2015
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How come we use 'some' in the question?
Hello teachers, Some British people were frightened because they didn’t know the foreigners and their ways of life. A possible ...
some 0 votes, asked Oct 16 '14 by David
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How can I make it more formal and concise?
Dear Peter; I would be very glad to resume teaching indoor cycling sessions at your health club once I received ...
Peter owes Me some money -2 votes, asked Aug 20 '12 by RAYAN
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