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Some suggests an indefinite quantity or number. It is most common in affirmative clauses. In questions and negatives, we normally use any to express the same idea.
Some can be used in questions that express offers and requests.
Any can be used in affirmative clauses after words that have a negative meaning. Examples are: hardly, scarcely, never, little.
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