Do You Have Some Money Or Any Money?

Do you have money on you meaning?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmy money’s on somebody/somethingmy money’s on somebody/something (also the smart money’s on somebody/something) spoken used to say that you feel sure someone will win a race or competition, or that something will happen → moneyExamples from the Corpusmy money’s on somebody ….

Do you have some or any water?

Only use “some” and “any” with uncountable nouns and plural countable nouns: She wants some water. (water = uncountable noun) He hasn’t received any e-mails yet.

Can we use some with money?

“Some” can also be used to ask questions about quantity. If you use “some” though, you are saying that you think the answer to the question is yes. “Do you have some money?” (I think you do.) “Are there are some apples in the fridge?” (I think there are.)

Is much money correct?

“I have got a lot of money” is correct. we generally use the word ‘much’ in the negative E.g ( “I don’t have much money on me”.) but you can’t say “I have much money”. We say” I have a lot of money” ,we never say I have much money.