We use some, any and no to express the idea of quantity.
Some We use some to indicate a small amount of something without specifying how much. We normally use it in affirmative sentences.
When we offer something, we also use some in the question.
Any We use any to indicate an unspecified amount of something. We normally use it in questions and negative sentences.
Notice that any with a negative verb has the same meaning as no with a positive verb.
No We use no to indicate zero amount of something. We normally do not use negative verbs with it.
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