Did she tell you about <any> vs <some> of her experience

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Hello! Which one is correct?
Did she tell you about any of her experience?


Did she tell you some of her experience?
  • DonnyB

    Sixties Mod
    English UK Southern Standard English
    Actually, this phrase is taken from one of exercises on some/any. There's no context, just sentences.
    Neither works for me if you use "experience" as a singular, uncountable noun.

    With a plural "experiences" you could use either: "some of her experiences" suggests to me that 'she' may have told you about several of them.
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