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Indefinite Pronouns

  • Anybody
  • Is anybody there?
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • Anyone
  • Is anyone home?
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • Anything
  • Have you eaten anything today?
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • Everybody
  • Is everybody here today?
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • Everyone
  • Is everyone coming to the party?
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • Everything
  • How is everything going at the shop?
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • Nobody
  • Nobody wants to make the phone call to order pizza.
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • None
  • None of the beef has been cooked.
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular and Plural
  • No one
  • No one has the answer I am looking for.
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • Nothing
  • There is nothing we can do to help.
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • Somebody
  • Somebody at the bank can help you.
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • Someone
  • Someone in our office can help you.
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • Something
  • There is something important we must talk about.
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • Somewhere
  • Brenda and Corey are going somewhere for Christmas.
  • Points to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular
  • All
  • She ate all the chocolate.
  • Refers to a Nonspecific Noun
  • Singular and Plural
  • Any
  • Are there any people at your house?
  • Points to a Specific Noun
  • Singular and Plural
  • Both
  • Both of my parents live in Australia.
  • Points to a Specific Noun
  • Plural
  • Each
  • There is a party bag for each child.
  • Points to a Specific Noun
  • Singular
  • Either
  • I am happy to see either movie.
  • Points to a Specific Noun
  • Singular and Plural
  • Few
  • I need a few minutes to be ready.
  • Points to a Specific Noun
  • Plural
  • Many
  • She has many topics to study.
  • Points to a Specific Noun
  • Plural
  • Neither
  • Neither person believes me.
  • Points to a Specific Noun
  • Singular
  • One
  • It isn’t good for one to be late all the time.
  • Points to a Specific Noun
  • Singular
  • Some
  • Would you like to try some of these cookies?
  • Points to a Specific Noun
  • Singular and Plural
  • Several
  • There are several places we can go for dinner.
  • Points to a Specific Noun
  • Plural
  • Another
  • Can I please have another drink?
  • Points to a Specific Noun
  • Singular