You can use both any or some as a determiner before a plural countable or non-countable noun.
We use some in positive sentences, like this:
- Jack has some blank CDs. I think I will ask him for a few.
- There are some dog treats in the closet.
- Some people in my office live in the suburbs.
We use any for negative sentences.
- Jack doesn’t have any blank CDs. I think I will give him a few.
- There aren’t any dog treats in the closet.
- There aren’t any people in my office live in the suburbs.
We usually use any for questions, but some is also possible for questions
- Does Jack have any blank CDs?
- Are there any dog treats in the closet?
- Do you have some money I could borrow?
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