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nobody/somebody/everybody or everyone... I have some difficulties using these words. Which is the difference? I wrote several sentences where I put in them. - nobody is comen to the party -Nobody can judge your choices except you - Has somebody bought the gift? -Everyone can explain their idea
Aug 17, 2014 11:20 AM
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Somebody =someone and something all refer to an unspecified person or thing Nobody= no-one and nothing are the negative form meaning no unspecified person/s or thing Everybody = everyone and includes all unspecified persons. All of these use the singular tense . You would say every body is there- not are there.
August 17, 2014
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