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How can i say ' someone ' and ' anyone ' in french ?

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    "quelqu'un" (someone)
    "n'importe qui"/"personne" (anyone). personne is use in negative sentence, whereas n'importe qui is use in positive sentences.

    Exemples : Someone has a pen ? = Quelqu'un a un stylo ?
    Anyone can participate = N'importe qui peut participer.
    I've not seen anyone = Je n'ai vu personne.

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