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~ Affirmative sentences with countable and uncountable nouns.
There are some oranges. (countable noun)
There is some water. (uncountable noun)
~ In questions when offering or requesting something.
Would you like some bread? (offer)
Can I have some apples, please? (request)
~ Interrogative sentences with countable and uncountable nouns.
Are there any bananas?
Is there any cheese?
~ Negative sentences with countable and uncountable nouns.
I haven’t got any friends.
I haven’t got any rice.
~ In questions with countable nouns.
Are there many pears?
~ Negative sentences with countable nouns.
We haven’t got many lemons.
~ In questions with uncountable nouns.
Is there much milk?
~ Negative sentences with uncountable nouns.
We haven’t got much coffee.