Difference between A PERSON and SOME PERSON

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When talking about one man or woman, use the word ‘person’:
 

  • You are the only person I can trust.

 
When saying ‘some person’, we emphasise the fact that we are talking about an unknown person. It can be any type of person: young, old, male, female of any profession:
 

  • I’m getting emails from some person called Sam.
  • You shouldn’t go out with some random person you’ve just met on the Internet.

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