children/money/books, etc. (in general)
children like to play. (= children in general)
Money isn’t everything. (= money in general)
I enjoy reading books.
Everybody needs friends.
the children/the money/the books, etc.
Where are the children? (= our children)
I want to buy a car, but I don’t have the money. (= the money for a car)
Have you read these books?
I often go out with my friends.
most / most of / some / some of
most/some,etc + noun
Most children like to play. (= children in general)
I don’t want any money.
Some books are better than others.
He has no friends.
All cities have the same problems. (= cities in general)
Most people drive too fast. (not Most of people)
Some birds cant fly. (not Some of birds)
… this / that
… these / those
… my/ your
most of/some of,etc + the/this/my… , etc
Most of the children at this school are under 11 years old.
I don’t want any of this money.
Some of these books are very old.
None of my friends live near me.
All the students in our class passed the exam. (or All of the students … )
Ana has lived in Miami all her life. (or . . . all of her life.)
all of it / most of them / none of us,etc
You can have some of this cake, but not all of It.
A: Do you know those people?
B: Most of them, but not all of them.
Some of us are going out tonight. Why don’t you come with us?
I have a lot of books, but I haven’t read any of them.
-How many of these books have you read?
-None of them.