These expressions have completed power over someone, and have a specific position, location in a sentence.
At the same time, these expressions use countable singular and countable plural.
There are two parts of this, one is long-form, and the other is the short form long form describe the all the words with details, but the short form doesn’t explain the details to all the words, these are;
Long forms of there are.
Here, they can not be contracted.
Contraction forms of “there is”:
It means there isn’t; there isn’t anything that has custody over someone.
These expressions use for asking something to someone.
Use “Any” with uncountable nouns in question.
Any- we can use any in a positive sentence, but any is more common here use as question forms.
Use “Any” with plural nouns in interrogative form.
Sometimes, any use with plural nouns that is more common in sentences.
Use “Any” in negative with uncountable nouns.
Often any can be used as uncountable nouns.
Use “Any” in negative with plural nouns.
Often any can be used as plural nouns.
Use “How many “in question with plural nouns.
How many references to numbers which tell us the quantity of a thing.
These are quantifiers unit, which indicates not the exact amount or a precise number of something.
Thus, we use positive sentences.
Some/Any use for countable and uncountable nouns.
Use “Any” interrogative
Do I have any fuel?
Does he have any sisters?
These quantitative express small units refer mostly negative amounts of the quantity called the quantitative adjectives, which tell the quality of nouns.
Use in positive ways,
Use for plural countable nouns.
Those things which count easily use Few in a specific way.
Little is a small special quantitative adjective that expresses the units as kg, milligrams, etc.
It is used for uncountable nouns.
Few and little can be used in an informal way,