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3 Dec 2020

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This is a question from a textbook I'm using.

Q. Are you certain you don't have any advice to give her? She really needs ( ).
a. any b. some (Answer:b)

In this case, is "advice" omitted after "some"? In other words, does it mean "She really needs some advice" ? Can you accept "any" for the answer, which has the same meaning as you see ins in "Any plan will do" ? How about adding some words to the original? "She really needs any advice available."or "She really needs any advive you can give." Do they sound natural?

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