I've got another question for anyone who may want to help me. Well, it is somewhat of a doubt: I was convinced that Any was to be used in the interrogative and negative forms of a sentence, for instance in cases such as: 'Have you got any doubt?' Well, performing an on-line English test, one of the questions to be completed was: "Have you got . . . apples?" I completed it with 'any' but the solutions indicated it as a mistake because the correct answer was 'Have you got SOME apples'. I confess you I almost fell down from my chair: much to my surprise, one of my grammar pillars broke down miserably... Will anybody help me clarify this point? Thanks thanks thanks.