Some/Any in a Restaurant
Read through this dialogue between Peter, Mary and the waiter in a restaurant. In each box, write either "some" and "any".
WAITER: Are you ready to order now?
PETER: Yes, we are.
MARY: Do you have __ANY__(1.) Russian salad today?
WAITER: No, we don't have __ANY__(2.). I'm sorry. We have __SOME__(3.) Greek salad left though. Would you like __SOME__(4.)?
MARY: Oh, OK. I'll try __SOME__(5.).
PETER: Yes, I will try the Greek salad too. Then...can I have __SOME__(6.) of the Italian seafood starters that are on the menu? Would you like __SOME__(7.) too, Mary?
MARY: Oh no, not for me. I never eat __ANY__(8.) seafood. It makes me sick!
WAITER: What about the main course? We have __SOME__(9.) very nice steak today.
PETER: Well, I don't eat __ANY__(10.) red meat so I will have the quiche. Is there __ANY__(11.) meat in that?
WAITER: No, there isn't __ANY__(12.) meat in the quiche. And for you madam?
MARY: I would like the steak please.
WAITER: Would you like __SOME__(13.) wine with your meal?
PETER: Let's get __SOME__(14.) strong red wine. What do you think?
MARY: OK, a bottle of red wine.
WAITER: Fine. Thank you very much.