Some and any are quantity words used to talk about plural or uncountable nouns.

I have some friends in London. (plural noun)
I would like some fruit. (uncountable noun)

Some in offers and when asking for something
? Can you get me some apples? (plural noun)
? Would you like some tea? Do you want some advice? (uncountable noun)

? Have you got any friends in London? (plural noun)
? Have they got any furniture in their house? (uncountable noun)
X I haven’t got any friends in London. (plural noun)
X They haven't got any information. (uncountable noun)
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