Countable: some, many, any, a lot of, a few, no. Uncountable: some, much, any, a lot of, a little, no.
Affirmative: some, a lot of, a little, a few, no. Negative: any, not many, not much.
Interrogative: any, some.
Countable, affirmative: We have bought a few peaches for dinner.
Countable, negative: I haven’t got any biscuits. Countable, interrogative: Are there some apples? Uncountable, affirmative: There is a little juice in that jar.
Uncountable, negative: We haven’t got a lot of
Uncountable, interrogative: Can I have any water?