1- Do you want some tea?
1- Do you want any tea?
2- Do you need some tea?
2- Do you need any tea?
2- Do you like some tea?
2- Do you like any tea?
1. Both are right. You can use both “some” and “any” in questions when offering something. 2. Most native English speakers probably wouldn’t say either one of these, because tea isn’t really a “need.” People would understood you if you said this, but it sounds strange. Last one: Instead of “Do you like some tea?/Do you like any tea?” you’d want to say “Would you like some tea?/Would you like any tea?” since it’s an offer. If you have further grammar questions in the future you might want to try http://www.englishforums.com
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