We use the determiners some and any to speak about indefinite quantities or numbers.
We use some for affirmative statements, and any for questions and negative statements:
We need some bread.
Have you got any films with Anthony Hopkins?
She hasn't got any books.
However, we use some in questions when we are making offers or requests and when we want to encourage the person we are speaking to answer 'yes'.
Could you buy me some milk on your way home?
Would you like some tea?
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