We some / any + noun to talk about presence or absence of something, the exact quantity is not important.
We use "some" in: - affirmative sentences - offers and requests when we expect the answer "yes"
We use "any" in: - negative sentences - questions
I'm going to buy some books. I've got some cheese left. Let's make some tea. Would you like some help? Can I have some milk, please?
I don't have any friends. He doesn't need any advice. Have we got any food in the fridge? Are there any problems?
It's not necessary to repeat the noun for the second time, we can simply leave out the noun. For example:
I didn't have any money to pay for the taxi but Gina lent me some. (= some money) I've got some fresh orange juice. Would you like some? (= some orange juice) Are there any special offers for these products? No, there aren't any. (= any special offers)
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