Indefinite pronouns for people

Learn indefinite pronouns for people and why they are used! Find out how to use them with videos and sentences with examples. Then improve yourself using worksheets and interactive exercises about indefinite pronouns that you can find at the end of the lesson!

Notes

What are indefinite pronouns?
We define them as pronouns that does not refer to any specific person, thing or amount.

In this lesson you will learn how to use the indefinite pronouns to refer to people:

  • Someone - Somebody;
  • Anyone - Anybody;
  • Everyone - Everybody;
  • No one - Nobody.

 

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Indefinite pronouns for people - Videos with examples

Watch the videos and listen to the dialogue with examples of indefinite pronouns used to refer to people.

"IS ANYONE HOME?

THERE’S SOMEONE AT THE DOOR.

HI, TOM.

HI, CLAIRE. COME WITH ME, EVERYBODY IS AT THE PARK!

THERE’S NO ONE AT THE PARK.

THEY’RE PLAYING HIDE-AND-SEEK!"

"Someone" and "Somebody": use and examples

"Someone" and "Somebody": use and examples

"Anyone" and "Anybody": use and examples

"Anyone" and "Anybody": use and examples

"Everyone" and "Everybody": use and examples

"Everyone" and "Everybody": use and examples

"No one" and "Nobody": use and examples

"No one" and "Nobody": use and examples

How to use indefinite pronouns to refer to people

How to use indefinite pronouns to refer to people