Anybody, Somebody, Nobody – English Grammar Exercise

Some indefinite pronouns for talking about people are:

  • anybody / anyone
  • everybody / everyone
  • nobody / no one
  • somebody / someone

When we want to talk about someone without saying exactly who they are, we can use indefinite pronouns.

Everyone loves the beach.
I went to my friend’s house, but there was nobody home.

Remember, we can’t use two negatives together!

No one came to the party. CORRECT

No one didn’t come to the party. INCORRECT

Anybody, somebody, nobody

Complete the sentences with the correct indefinite pronoun.

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