The use of these Quantifiers – “Some” vs “Any” are used with both Countable and Un-Countable Nouns, and are often used in very similar sentences.
As mentioned, the word, “Some” is a Quantifier, and can be used with both Countable and Un-Countable Nouns. in order to specify some amount or type of that thing that it is in reference to.
With Countable Nouns, it is used to refer to:
With Un-Countable Nouns, it is used to refer to:
In the example sentence above…
The word, “Any” is also a Quantifier, and is used in a very similar way. It also can be used with both Countable and Un-Countable Nouns, in order to refer to an un-specified and can refer to:
All of these possibilities above are also, referring to an un-specific amount or un-specified “individual” or “type” of that Noun (Countable or Un-Countable).
In those example sentences…
“Yeah… Now, That’s More Like It!!!”
Have An Excellent Day!
(And Pass Me One Of Those Delicious Looking IPAs!!!)