some (--thing, --body, -one)NB:-The Possessive (Genitive)Case is formed by adding - 's ;eg:-The boy's book.
Some has the following uses:-
(1)As an adj. or a pronoun it is used before,refer,uncountable nouns and plural nouns, to express an indefinite quantity or number.
(Adj.)He wants some books.I have spilt some red ink on the table.There are some horses in the field.
(Pronoun) I I hadn't any meat, so I went out to buysome. If you have no money, I will lend you some !
(2)As an adj. or a pronoun it is used before,uncountable nouns and plural nouns to suggest contrast.
(Adjective) Some people hate cats/tiger; others hate dogs. We enjoy some music in Music-Hall, but much of it bores us.
(Pronoun) Some of us agree with that idea; some disagree. Not all your answers were correct; some were, some were not. "Some are born great, some achieve great, and some have great push upon them."
Something and some=approximately,eg:-
I'll whistle the tune for you; it goes something going for a song like this.
It happened some ten years ago.
It will take some three or four Million dollarsto buy the house.
Mao is older than some of the other leaders in his country.
That firm does more business than some of its competitors(=a number of, but not all),(some is used in affirmative, any in interrgative and negative.)
(3)All and both precede a noun, a possessive adj or pronoun:-eg:-All(both) his friends are gone. All(both) these ideas are clear. All(both)the girls have gone.We all(both) hope you will be successful.
"Little"has "not much" on scantiness,eg:-The little money he has will hardly keep him in food!eg:-The shipwrecked sailors had no food&little water.
"a little"=positive=some;eg:-He has "a little" money and can live quite comfortably on it.