Intermediate grammar exercise: countable and uncountable nouns

English grammar practice exercise, for intermediate level.

In this exercise you’ll practise using countable and uncountable words.

Instructions: Choose the correct answer to fill the gap in each of the following:

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Some
Some is used with the plural form of countable nouns, and with uncountable nouns. a pen, some pens (countable noun)
some water (uncountable noun)
Some is used in positive sentences. There is some milk in the fridge. (uncountable noun)
I did some exercises. (countable noun, plural)
Some is used in offers. Would you like some tea? (uncountable noun)
Some is used in requests. Could you give me some advice, please? (uncountable noun)

Any
Any is used with the plural form of countable nouns, and with uncountable nouns. a pen, any pens (countable noun)
any water (uncountable noun)
Any is used in questions. Is there any milk in the fridge? (uncountable noun)
Any is used in negative sentences. There isn't any milk in the fridge. (uncountable noun)