We look at the building blocks of the English language: words. Every word belongs to one category or another, and sometimes more than one category. We call these categories parts of speech. There are 9 basic parts of speech: nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, determiners, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections. We talk about them one by one, with plenty of examples for using them in everyday life.
Some and any both refer to an unspecified quantity, but they are used in different situations. Sigrid explains how they work.
In this video, Sigrid looks at certain kinds of questions in which it is correct to use "some," the dreaded double negative, and negative statements that can be expressed in two different ways.