Oh, this is going to be a great one! Most students around the world don’t understand these, so I’m here today to talk about them and make you understand them.
- You never planned on buying anything.
- Anybody who walks past can smell the roses.
- Nobody can go inside!
- You need somewhere to put your belongings.
- Fill the cans with something heavy.
- Everybody goes to the mall on the weekend.
- We use pronouns with some (in affirmative sentences and in offers and requests).
- We use pronouns with any (in negative sentences, questions, and in affirmative sentences when it means it doesn’t matter who, what, were.)
- We use pronouns with no (with affirmative verbs because the meaning of the pronoun is already negative)
- We use pronouns with every (in all types of sentences)
Fill in the chart below.
- I’ve finished my homework. I’ve done anything/everything.
- Who’s upstairs? I can hear somebody/anybody.
- Where are my keys? I can’t find them somewhere/anywhere.
- She’s really angry. No-one/anyone is talking to her.
- Why are you so worried today? Is nothing/anything wrong?
- I went to the mall yesterday with a friend and everybody/anybody had a great time.
- Excuse me everyone/no-one! Does anyone/everyone know who this is?
- That’s weird. There isn’t anyone/anybody here.