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INDEFINITE PRONOUNS. THINGS. PLACES. PEOPLE. Something Anything Nothing Somewhere Anywhere Nowhere Someone / Somebody Anyone / Anybody No one / Nobody. We use something , somewhere , someone / somebody in affirmative sentences .

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THINGS

PLACES

PEOPLE

Something

Anything

Nothing

Somewhere

Anywhere

Nowhere

Someone/ Somebody

Anyone/ Anybody

No one / Nobody


  • We use something, somewhere, someone / somebody in affirmativesentences.

  • There’ssomethingin the closet. ( Idon’tknowwhat it is.)

  • Yourkeys are somewhere in theroom. ( Idon’tknowwhere.)

  • There’ssomeone/ somebodyatthedoor. ( Idon’tknowwho it is.)


  • We use anything, anywhere, anyone/ anybody in questionsandnegativesentences.

  • Isthereanything in thatfridge?

  • Thereisn’tanything in thatfridge.

  • Didyou go anywhereyesterday?

  • Ididn’t go anywherelastnight.

  • Isthereanyone in room 23?

  • Thereisn’tanyoneatthereceptiondesk.


  • We use nothing, nowhere, no one/nobodywhenwewanttoconvey a negativemeaning. The sentenceswillbe in theaffirmativeform, butthemeaningisalways negative.

  • There’snothingtoeat.

  • Thereisnowhereto go in thistown.

  • Thereisno one/ nobodyatthereceptiondesk.



  • I’m sohungry. Ineed ____________toeat.

  • Something

  • Anything

  • Nothing


  • Let’s go tothebeach, shallwe?

  • Oh no! I’m sotired! Idon’twantto go ________________.

  • Somewhere

  • Anywhere

  • Nowhere


  • There are 28 peoplehereandonly 27 chairs. There’s __________ for me to sit.

  • Somewhere

  • Anywhere

  • Nowhere


  • The houseissoquiet. Ithinkthereis ______________ here.

  • Someone

  • Anyone

  • No one


  • I’m sohungry. Isthere _________ toeat?

  • I’m sorry, butthereis ___________ toeathere. Let’s go tothesupermarketandbuy some stuff.

  • something/ nothing

  • Anything/ something

  • Anything/ nothing


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