Some and something are similar words, but we use them differently in English. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you how you can use these words in your English writing and conversation
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Here are the example sentences:
- I saw some people who were drinking coffee in the park this morning.
- I have some cookies. Would you like one?
- Whenever I need some advice, I can always ask my mom
- I want something cold to drink. Not, I need something drink….
- I saw something interesting in the news this morning. Not, I saw something news…
- I’m looking for something for my sister for her birthday.
Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
- Jenny is trying to organize her photos
Today’s listening challenge:
- What does Jack want to do? When is he going to do it?
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