Would you answer my question? Thanks in advance.
A: "I see something yellowish on your face." "Banana?" "No, it's egg."
B: The politician had an egg thrown at him during his speech, and people saw egg all over his face.
I'd like to see the difference between "egg" and "some egg".
I think "some egg" can't be used in A nor B, because egg's quantity doesn't matter. Right?
I think there is another reason for "some egg" not being used in B. It may be that "all over" implies there is a lot of egg on his face. Right?