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Indefinite Pronouns--
An indefinite pronoun refers to an indefinite or general person or thing. These pronouns refer to people in a vague and general meaning.
Indefinite Pronouns List--
all
any
each
everyone
few
many
neither
none
nothing
several
some
somebody
everything
nobody
anyone
someone
something
Example Sentences--
1) Nobody attended the meeting.
2) Something is wrong there.
3) Everyone was smiling.
4) He never does favors to others.
5) Everything was told prior to the meeting.
6) Many of them were injured.
An indefinite pronoun can stand for singular, plural or at times for both. The following lists some indefinite pronouns in terms that are commonly used.
Singular
anyone
anything
anybody
each
everybody
everything
either
everyone
little
much
nobody
nothing
neither
no one
one
someone
somebody
something
Plural
both
few
many
others
several
Singular or Plural
all
most
none
Example Sentences--
1) Every season one of the racers attempts to break Schumacher’s record. (Singular)
2) Both have paid homage to their great ancestors. (Plural)
3) All of the players we count on are out of form. (Plural)
4) Almost all the money in my bank account has been spent. (Singular)


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