Indefinite pronouns for things

Learn indefinite pronouns for things! Watch videos and read examples to find out all these pronouns and how to use them. Moreover, in this lesson you can find printable worksheets and three levels of exercises to practice with and get better at using indefinite pronouns!

Notes

What is an indefinite pronoun?
An indefinite pronoun is a pronoun which does not refer to any specific person, thing or amount.

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

  • Something
  • Anything
  • Everything
  • Nothing

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Indefinite pronouns for things - Videos with examples

Watch the videos above: the first one with a slow voice speed and the other with a faster speed. Listen to the dialogue and find out examples of indefinite pronouns used to refer to things!

"IS THERE ANYTHING WRONG?

YES, I NEED TO EAT SOMETHING.

EAT A PIECE OF CAKE, IT’S VERY GOOD.

EVERYTHING YOU COOK IS GOOD."

"Something": how to use it and examples

"Something": how to use it and examples

"Anything": how to use it and examples

"Anything": how to use it and examples

"Everything": how to use it and examples

"Everything": how to use it and examples

"Nothing": how to use it and examples

"Nothing": how to use it and examples

How to use indefinite pronouns to refer to things

How to use indefinite pronouns to refer to things