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Did you drink any milk today?

Did you drink some milk today?

Which is the right sentence?
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How about "Did you drink milk today?"

I don't like the sentence "Did you drink some milk today?" (it makes the drinking of milk sounds mandatory)
Hi. It's formal to use some for countable and use any for uncountable.

so the right sentence is Did you drink any milk ?

but both is right it depends on the situation and...
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Did you drink any milk today?

Did you drink some milk today?

There seems to be some confusion. Both sentences are good English. "Any" is the usual one, and it simply asks whether you drank milk that day. "Some" implies that he was supposed to drink milk. Imagine that a doctor has told him to drink more milk for the calcium, and his worried wife wants him to tell her whether he has followed the doctor's orders that day.

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anonymousDid you drink any milk today?
Did you drink some milk today?
Which is the right sentence?

Did you drink any milk today

anonymousDid you drink any milk today?
Did you drink some milk today?
Which is the right sentence?