The compounds with some and any are used like the single words some/any.
|There is something wrong with our car.|
|There is someone at the door.
|I would like to be somebody.|
|someday||Someday he'll be rich.|
|We saw her sometime last month.|
|sometimes||I sometimes take the bus to school.|
|Can't you sing somewhere else?|
|She looked ill, somehow.|
|anymore||I can't help you anymore.|
* There is no much difference between someone/anyone and somebody/anybody.
There's someone at the door.
I'd like to be somebody.