The following indefinite pronouns can be either singular or plural, depending on the context: all; any; more; most; none; some. Here are some examples. How to use indefinite pronouns: somebody / something / somewhere We also use anybody / anything / anywhere with sentences that have a negative feeling. I don't know anything about it. = neutral.
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If anything is wrong, you need to phone the reception. Some examples are anything, something, everything and nothing. Examples: Someone is at the door. One might see it that way. I'd like to go anywhere! Words like 'something', 'everywhere', 'anybody' and 'no-one' are indefinite pronouns. The following indefinite pronouns are always plural: few, many, several The following indefinite pronouns can be singular or plural depending on the sentence: all, any, more, most, none, some Examples: All of the cake is gone.
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