Difference between some and any
There is a huge difference between some and any. The words some and any are quantifiers. The word some is used with uncountable noun when the implication of a statement is positive.
I have some friends in India.
I want to have some drinking water.
I have some knowledge about Bollywood films.
I will watch the film when I find some time.
The word any is used with uncountable noun when the implication of a statement is negative.
I don’t have any friend in India.
I don’t want anything to drink.
I don’t have any knowledge about Bollywood films.
I don’t watch any sports.
SOME vs ANY
The words some and any can be used in a sentence without a noun if the meaning of the sentence is clear.
I don’t want a drink but I think John wants some. (drink)
John had too many drinks, but I did not take any. (drink)