The usage of the words SOME and ANY is really easy. However, some textbooks like to mix this grammar with the concept of countability and thus they confuse the students. These two words have very little to do with countability. In my opinion their usage is dependent on completely different factors.
In this post I would like to show how I teach the usage of SOME and ANY. There is an infographic to help me and several exercises to practise this grammar.
Some and Any – infographics
Once I elicit the usage of the two words, I verify the students knowledge with the following exercises and games.
Some and Any – exercises and games
The first quiz is created in HTML 5 so it will play on all mobile devices. It is not a bad idea to ask your students from time to time to use their mobiles and do the exercise online. They will feel happy that they can use their mobile phones or tablets at school.
The second game is called On target and students at school love it. Your aim is to choose the correct answer and then shoot as many bad ducks as possible. Moreover, you can get a bonus if you shoot one of the bottles on the side. This game is in flash and therefore will work only on desktops.
If you do not have an interactive whiteboard at school, you will appreciate the print version of the quiz:
If you feel that there are not enough exercises at this site you can visit British Council site and learn more about SOME and ANY there.