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How to know when to use "someone" or "anyone"?

So "someone can do it" means that not everyone from that group can do it, but some can. Use "anyone" when all elements of a group are involved, but you don't necessarily mean all of them. So "anyone can do it" would mean that everybody in that group could do it, even though it doesn't take them all to do it.

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Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today ...

Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary ... etc.) Questions: interrogative pronouns (what, who) Relative pronouns Someone, somebody, ... Anyone, anybody and anything are indefinite pronouns.

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/anyone-anybody-or-anything

What is the difference between someone and anyone - learn ...

We use someone in positive sentences (I saw her with someone) and anyone in questions and negative sentences (Have anyone seen him? I didn´t tell anyone) They can be both used with uncountable nouns (some money) or plural nouns (some people).

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What is the difference between someone and somebody? | Ask ...

Someone and somebody are both pronouns that are used to refer a person who is not known or specified. In most contexts, they are interchangeable. The only difference that most native speakers can agree upon is that someone is more formal than somebody (just as anyone is more formal than anybody, and everyone is more formal than everybody).This means that in a sentence like the one …

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/qa/difference-between-someone-and-somebody

Could Someone... Anyone... - ENGLISH FORUMS

Dec 13, 2013 · Could [someone/anyone] tell me what this word mean? Is there a difference? I think there is a difference. If you use "someone" you are asking a favor. If you use "anyone" you are asking if there is anyone who would be able to help you. More or less the same kind of difference there is between "Can I take some cake?" and "Can I take any cake?".

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What is the difference between somebody, someone and ...

Feb 19, 2018 · Hi! Both -body and -one are compound indefinite pronouns. Somebody/-one suggests a positive outcome; anybody/-one suggests a negative outcome. Let me explain. When you say, “Can someone/-body help me?”, you are expecting that someone WILL help. Wi...

https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-somebody-someone-and-anybody-anyone

Diferencia entre Someone, Anyone y No one? - Duolingo

Aug 30, 2014 · Someone se usa en frases afirmativos. Se refiere a una persona particular si no conoces exactamente quien es la persona. Someone is at the door. Someone ate my food! ­ Anyone se refiere a una persona en general cuando no importa la identidad de la persona. Se usa en dos casos.

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How is it right to say ‘me and someone’ or ‘I and someone ...

Nov 19, 2017 · It's not completely incorrect either way (provided that you are using them appropriately as the subject or object of the sentence), but it is generally better to put the first person pronoun after the reference to the other person. For example, “J...

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grammaticality - "I and someone", "me and someone" or "I ...

"I and someone are interested" is grammatically correct. It is the convention in English that when you list several people including yourself, you put yourself last, so you really should say "Someone and I are interested." "Someone and I" is the subject of the sentence, so you should use the subjective case "I" rather than the objective "me". ...

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/59618/i-and-someone-me-and-someone-or-i-and-someone-we

Anyone or any one – Correct Spelling – Grammarist

Anyone who is anyone means people who are famous or respected in a social sphere. To be anyone’s is to welcome flirtation (or more) from everyone without specific standards. It could be anyone’s game if the teams are matched in skill and scoring.This phrase is used for all contests, whether physical or mental. Examples. Anyone willing to part with between £20,000 and £200,000 for a week ...

https://grammarist.com/spelling/anyone-or-any-one/

Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?) - UsingEnglish.com

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Nov 14, 2004 · someone, anyone, nobody, everybody, somebody, anybody, each, neither, one, no one, everyone. All the words listed above refer to one thing. Even words like somebody, everybody, anybody are considered singular because they distinguish one body (e.g., some (one) body, every (one) body; any (one) body, etc. ... Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?)

Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? - ENGLISH FORUMS

Jul 02, 2012 · Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? Forums Grammar & Sentence Structure 2 + 0. Dear teachers, Are there strict rules when using anyone someone and somebody? Please correct my understanding. I use 'anyone' for negative sentences. e.g I haven't heard anyone saying that.

https://www.englishforums.com/English/AnyoneVsSomeoneVsSomebody/bbjqhx/post.htm

Anyone vs anybody: everybody/ everyone, somebody/ someone ...

Jan 19, 2015 · academic journal, anyone is the preferred usage. Google provides a useful, but informal measure. On .edu sites, anybody appears 313,000 times while anyone appears 2,170,000 times. The ratio is nearly the same for somebody and someone. I will not argue with Oxford, but to my ears anybody sounds rather awkward in polite speech.

https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/anyone-vs-anybody-everybody-everyone-somebody-someone-nobody-no-one.14471/

Is 'everybody' 'everyone' 'someone' 'anyone' singular? Or ...

So, as I said, “someone” is one person in a group of many people and it’s kind of anonymous. We don’t know specifically who that person is – “someone.” OK, “anyone.” “Everybody” is a generalization – we’re thinking 100%. Alright? And “everyone” is also a generalization – 100%.

https://www.gonaturalenglish.com/is-everybody-everyone-someone-anyone-singular-or-plural/

How to know when to use "someone" or "anyone"?

So "someone can do it" means that not everyone from that group can do it, but some can. Use "anyone" when all elements of a group are involved, but you don't necessarily mean all of them. So "anyone can do it" would mean that everybody in that group could do it, even though it doesn't take them all to do it.

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/88221/how-to-know-when-to-use-someone-or-anyone

Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today ...

Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary ... etc.) Questions: interrogative pronouns (what, who) Relative pronouns Someone, somebody, ... Anyone, anybody and anything are indefinite pronouns.

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/anyone-anybody-or-anything

What is the difference between someone and anyone - learn ...

We use someone in positive sentences (I saw her with someone) and anyone in questions and negative sentences (Have anyone seen him? I didn´t tell anyone) They can be both used with uncountable nouns (some money) or plural nouns (some people).

http://languagelearningbase.com/15447/what-is-the-difference-between-someone-and-anyone

What is the difference between someone and somebody? | Ask ...

Someone and somebody are both pronouns that are used to refer a person who is not known or specified. In most contexts, they are interchangeable. The only difference that most native speakers can agree upon is that someone is more formal than somebody (just as anyone is more formal than anybody, and everyone is more formal than everybody).This means that in a sentence like the one …

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/qa/difference-between-someone-and-somebody

Could Someone... Anyone... - ENGLISH FORUMS

Dec 13, 2013 · Could [someone/anyone] tell me what this word mean? Is there a difference? I think there is a difference. If you use "someone" you are asking a favor. If you use "anyone" you are asking if there is anyone who would be able to help you. More or less the same kind of difference there is between "Can I take some cake?" and "Can I take any cake?".

https://www.englishforums.com/English/CouldSomeoneAnyone/zdwdn/post.htm

What is the difference between somebody, someone and ...

Feb 19, 2018 · Hi! Both -body and -one are compound indefinite pronouns. Somebody/-one suggests a positive outcome; anybody/-one suggests a negative outcome. Let me explain. When you say, “Can someone/-body help me?”, you are expecting that someone WILL help. Wi...

https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-somebody-someone-and-anybody-anyone

Diferencia entre Someone, Anyone y No one? - Duolingo

Aug 30, 2014 · Someone se usa en frases afirmativos. Se refiere a una persona particular si no conoces exactamente quien es la persona. Someone is at the door. Someone ate my food! ­ Anyone se refiere a una persona en general cuando no importa la identidad de la persona. Se usa en dos casos.

https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/4348272/Diferencia-entre-Someone-Anyone-y-No-one

How is it right to say ‘me and someone’ or ‘I and someone ...

Nov 19, 2017 · It's not completely incorrect either way (provided that you are using them appropriately as the subject or object of the sentence), but it is generally better to put the first person pronoun after the reference to the other person. For example, “J...

https://www.quora.com/How-is-it-right-to-say-‘me-and-someone’-or-‘I-and-someone’

grammaticality - "I and someone", "me and someone" or "I ...

"I and someone are interested" is grammatically correct. It is the convention in English that when you list several people including yourself, you put yourself last, so you really should say "Someone and I are interested." "Someone and I" is the subject of the sentence, so you should use the subjective case "I" rather than the objective "me". ...

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/59618/i-and-someone-me-and-someone-or-i-and-someone-we

Anyone or any one – Correct Spelling – Grammarist

Anyone who is anyone means people who are famous or respected in a social sphere. To be anyone’s is to welcome flirtation (or more) from everyone without specific standards. It could be anyone’s game if the teams are matched in skill and scoring.This phrase is used for all contests, whether physical or mental. Examples. Anyone willing to part with between £20,000 and £200,000 for a week ...

https://grammarist.com/spelling/anyone-or-any-one/

Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?) - UsingEnglish.com

Nov 14, 2004 · someone, anyone, nobody, everybody, somebody, anybody, each, neither, one, no one, everyone. All the words listed above refer to one thing. Even words like somebody, everybody, anybody are considered singular because they distinguish one body (e.g., some (one) body, every (one) body; any (one) body, etc. ... Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?)

https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/threads/8476-Someone-who-are-is-Anyone-who-are!(-)

Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? - ENGLISH FORUMS

Jul 02, 2012 · Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? Forums Grammar & Sentence Structure 2 + 0. Dear teachers, Are there strict rules when using anyone someone and somebody? Please correct my understanding. I use 'anyone' for negative sentences. e.g I haven't heard anyone saying that.

https://www.englishforums.com/English/AnyoneVsSomeoneVsSomebody/bbjqhx/post.htm

Anyone vs anybody: everybody/ everyone, somebody/ someone ...

Jan 19, 2015 · academic journal, anyone is the preferred usage. Google provides a useful, but informal measure. On .edu sites, anybody appears 313,000 times while anyone appears 2,170,000 times. The ratio is nearly the same for somebody and someone. I will not argue with Oxford, but to my ears anybody sounds rather awkward in polite speech.

https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/anyone-vs-anybody-everybody-everyone-somebody-someone-nobody-no-one.14471/

Is 'everybody' 'everyone' 'someone' 'anyone' singular? Or ...

So, as I said, “someone” is one person in a group of many people and it’s kind of anonymous. We don’t know specifically who that person is – “someone.” OK, “anyone.” “Everybody” is a generalization – we’re thinking 100%. Alright? And “everyone” is also a generalization – 100%.

https://www.gonaturalenglish.com/is-everybody-everyone-someone-anyone-singular-or-plural/

How to know when to use "someone" or "anyone"?

So "someone can do it" means that not everyone from that group can do it, but some can. Use "anyone" when all elements of a group are involved, but you don't necessarily mean all of them. So "anyone can do it" would mean that everybody in that group could do it, even though it doesn't take them all to do it.

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/88221/how-to-know-when-to-use-someone-or-anyone

Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today ...

Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary ... etc.) Questions: interrogative pronouns (what, who) Relative pronouns Someone, somebody, ... Anyone, anybody and anything are indefinite pronouns.

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/anyone-anybody-or-anything

What is the difference between someone and anyone - learn ...

We use someone in positive sentences (I saw her with someone) and anyone in questions and negative sentences (Have anyone seen him? I didn´t tell anyone) They can be both used with uncountable nouns (some money) or plural nouns (some people).

http://languagelearningbase.com/15447/what-is-the-difference-between-someone-and-anyone

What is the difference between someone and somebody? | Ask ...

Someone and somebody are both pronouns that are used to refer a person who is not known or specified. In most contexts, they are interchangeable. The only difference that most native speakers can agree upon is that someone is more formal than somebody (just as anyone is more formal than anybody, and everyone is more formal than everybody).This means that in a sentence like the one …

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/qa/difference-between-someone-and-somebody

Could Someone... Anyone... - ENGLISH FORUMS

Dec 13, 2013 · Could [someone/anyone] tell me what this word mean? Is there a difference? I think there is a difference. If you use "someone" you are asking a favor. If you use "anyone" you are asking if there is anyone who would be able to help you. More or less the same kind of difference there is between "Can I take some cake?" and "Can I take any cake?".

https://www.englishforums.com/English/CouldSomeoneAnyone/zdwdn/post.htm

What is the difference between somebody, someone and ...

Feb 19, 2018 · Hi! Both -body and -one are compound indefinite pronouns. Somebody/-one suggests a positive outcome; anybody/-one suggests a negative outcome. Let me explain. When you say, “Can someone/-body help me?”, you are expecting that someone WILL help. Wi...

https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-somebody-someone-and-anybody-anyone

Diferencia entre Someone, Anyone y No one? - Duolingo

Aug 30, 2014 · Someone se usa en frases afirmativos. Se refiere a una persona particular si no conoces exactamente quien es la persona. Someone is at the door. Someone ate my food! ­ Anyone se refiere a una persona en general cuando no importa la identidad de la persona. Se usa en dos casos.

https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/4348272/Diferencia-entre-Someone-Anyone-y-No-one

How is it right to say ‘me and someone’ or ‘I and someone ...

Nov 19, 2017 · It's not completely incorrect either way (provided that you are using them appropriately as the subject or object of the sentence), but it is generally better to put the first person pronoun after the reference to the other person. For example, “J...

https://www.quora.com/How-is-it-right-to-say-‘me-and-someone’-or-‘I-and-someone’

grammaticality - "I and someone", "me and someone" or "I ...

"I and someone are interested" is grammatically correct. It is the convention in English that when you list several people including yourself, you put yourself last, so you really should say "Someone and I are interested." "Someone and I" is the subject of the sentence, so you should use the subjective case "I" rather than the objective "me". ...

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/59618/i-and-someone-me-and-someone-or-i-and-someone-we

Anyone or any one – Correct Spelling – Grammarist

Anyone who is anyone means people who are famous or respected in a social sphere. To be anyone’s is to welcome flirtation (or more) from everyone without specific standards. It could be anyone’s game if the teams are matched in skill and scoring.This phrase is used for all contests, whether physical or mental. Examples. Anyone willing to part with between £20,000 and £200,000 for a week ...

https://grammarist.com/spelling/anyone-or-any-one/

Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?) - UsingEnglish.com

Nov 14, 2004 · someone, anyone, nobody, everybody, somebody, anybody, each, neither, one, no one, everyone. All the words listed above refer to one thing. Even words like somebody, everybody, anybody are considered singular because they distinguish one body (e.g., some (one) body, every (one) body; any (one) body, etc. ... Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?)

https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/threads/8476-Someone-who-are-is-Anyone-who-are!(-)

Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? - ENGLISH FORUMS

Jul 02, 2012 · Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? Forums Grammar & Sentence Structure 2 + 0. Dear teachers, Are there strict rules when using anyone someone and somebody? Please correct my understanding. I use 'anyone' for negative sentences. e.g I haven't heard anyone saying that.

https://www.englishforums.com/English/AnyoneVsSomeoneVsSomebody/bbjqhx/post.htm

Anyone vs anybody: everybody/ everyone, somebody/ someone ...

Jan 19, 2015 · academic journal, anyone is the preferred usage. Google provides a useful, but informal measure. On .edu sites, anybody appears 313,000 times while anyone appears 2,170,000 times. The ratio is nearly the same for somebody and someone. I will not argue with Oxford, but to my ears anybody sounds rather awkward in polite speech.

https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/anyone-vs-anybody-everybody-everyone-somebody-someone-nobody-no-one.14471/

Is 'everybody' 'everyone' 'someone' 'anyone' singular? Or ...

So, as I said, “someone” is one person in a group of many people and it’s kind of anonymous. We don’t know specifically who that person is – “someone.” OK, “anyone.” “Everybody” is a generalization – we’re thinking 100%. Alright? And “everyone” is also a generalization – 100%.

https://www.gonaturalenglish.com/is-everybody-everyone-someone-anyone-singular-or-plural/

How to know when to use "someone" or "anyone"?

So "someone can do it" means that not everyone from that group can do it, but some can. Use "anyone" when all elements of a group are involved, but you don't necessarily mean all of them. So "anyone can do it" would mean that everybody in that group could do it, even though it doesn't take them all to do it.

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/88221/how-to-know-when-to-use-someone-or-anyone

Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today ...

Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary ... etc.) Questions: interrogative pronouns (what, who) Relative pronouns Someone, somebody, ... Anyone, anybody and anything are indefinite pronouns.

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/anyone-anybody-or-anything

What is the difference between someone and anyone - learn ...

We use someone in positive sentences (I saw her with someone) and anyone in questions and negative sentences (Have anyone seen him? I didn´t tell anyone) They can be both used with uncountable nouns (some money) or plural nouns (some people).

http://languagelearningbase.com/15447/what-is-the-difference-between-someone-and-anyone

What is the difference between someone and somebody? | Ask ...

Someone and somebody are both pronouns that are used to refer a person who is not known or specified. In most contexts, they are interchangeable. The only difference that most native speakers can agree upon is that someone is more formal than somebody (just as anyone is more formal than anybody, and everyone is more formal than everybody).This means that in a sentence like the one …

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/qa/difference-between-someone-and-somebody

Could Someone... Anyone... - ENGLISH FORUMS

Dec 13, 2013 · Could [someone/anyone] tell me what this word mean? Is there a difference? I think there is a difference. If you use "someone" you are asking a favor. If you use "anyone" you are asking if there is anyone who would be able to help you. More or less the same kind of difference there is between "Can I take some cake?" and "Can I take any cake?".

https://www.englishforums.com/English/CouldSomeoneAnyone/zdwdn/post.htm

What is the difference between somebody, someone and ...

Feb 19, 2018 · Hi! Both -body and -one are compound indefinite pronouns. Somebody/-one suggests a positive outcome; anybody/-one suggests a negative outcome. Let me explain. When you say, “Can someone/-body help me?”, you are expecting that someone WILL help. Wi...

https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-somebody-someone-and-anybody-anyone

Diferencia entre Someone, Anyone y No one? - Duolingo

Aug 30, 2014 · Someone se usa en frases afirmativos. Se refiere a una persona particular si no conoces exactamente quien es la persona. Someone is at the door. Someone ate my food! ­ Anyone se refiere a una persona en general cuando no importa la identidad de la persona. Se usa en dos casos.

https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/4348272/Diferencia-entre-Someone-Anyone-y-No-one

How is it right to say ‘me and someone’ or ‘I and someone ...

Nov 19, 2017 · It's not completely incorrect either way (provided that you are using them appropriately as the subject or object of the sentence), but it is generally better to put the first person pronoun after the reference to the other person. For example, “J...

https://www.quora.com/How-is-it-right-to-say-‘me-and-someone’-or-‘I-and-someone’

grammaticality - "I and someone", "me and someone" or "I ...

"I and someone are interested" is grammatically correct. It is the convention in English that when you list several people including yourself, you put yourself last, so you really should say "Someone and I are interested." "Someone and I" is the subject of the sentence, so you should use the subjective case "I" rather than the objective "me". ...

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/59618/i-and-someone-me-and-someone-or-i-and-someone-we

Anyone or any one – Correct Spelling – Grammarist

Anyone who is anyone means people who are famous or respected in a social sphere. To be anyone’s is to welcome flirtation (or more) from everyone without specific standards. It could be anyone’s game if the teams are matched in skill and scoring.This phrase is used for all contests, whether physical or mental. Examples. Anyone willing to part with between £20,000 and £200,000 for a week ...

https://grammarist.com/spelling/anyone-or-any-one/

Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?) - UsingEnglish.com

Nov 14, 2004 · someone, anyone, nobody, everybody, somebody, anybody, each, neither, one, no one, everyone. All the words listed above refer to one thing. Even words like somebody, everybody, anybody are considered singular because they distinguish one body (e.g., some (one) body, every (one) body; any (one) body, etc. ... Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?)

https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/threads/8476-Someone-who-are-is-Anyone-who-are!(-)

Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? - ENGLISH FORUMS

Jul 02, 2012 · Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? Forums Grammar & Sentence Structure 2 + 0. Dear teachers, Are there strict rules when using anyone someone and somebody? Please correct my understanding. I use 'anyone' for negative sentences. e.g I haven't heard anyone saying that.

https://www.englishforums.com/English/AnyoneVsSomeoneVsSomebody/bbjqhx/post.htm

Anyone vs anybody: everybody/ everyone, somebody/ someone ...

Jan 19, 2015 · academic journal, anyone is the preferred usage. Google provides a useful, but informal measure. On .edu sites, anybody appears 313,000 times while anyone appears 2,170,000 times. The ratio is nearly the same for somebody and someone. I will not argue with Oxford, but to my ears anybody sounds rather awkward in polite speech.

https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/anyone-vs-anybody-everybody-everyone-somebody-someone-nobody-no-one.14471/

Is 'everybody' 'everyone' 'someone' 'anyone' singular? Or ...

So, as I said, “someone” is one person in a group of many people and it’s kind of anonymous. We don’t know specifically who that person is – “someone.” OK, “anyone.” “Everybody” is a generalization – we’re thinking 100%. Alright? And “everyone” is also a generalization – 100%.

https://www.gonaturalenglish.com/is-everybody-everyone-someone-anyone-singular-or-plural/

How to know when to use "someone" or "anyone"?

So "someone can do it" means that not everyone from that group can do it, but some can. Use "anyone" when all elements of a group are involved, but you don't necessarily mean all of them. So "anyone can do it" would mean that everybody in that group could do it, even though it doesn't take them all to do it.

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/88221/how-to-know-when-to-use-someone-or-anyone

Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today ...

Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary ... etc.) Questions: interrogative pronouns (what, who) Relative pronouns Someone, somebody, ... Anyone, anybody and anything are indefinite pronouns.

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/anyone-anybody-or-anything

What is the difference between someone and anyone - learn ...

We use someone in positive sentences (I saw her with someone) and anyone in questions and negative sentences (Have anyone seen him? I didn´t tell anyone) They can be both used with uncountable nouns (some money) or plural nouns (some people).

http://languagelearningbase.com/15447/what-is-the-difference-between-someone-and-anyone

What is the difference between someone and somebody? | Ask ...

Someone and somebody are both pronouns that are used to refer a person who is not known or specified. In most contexts, they are interchangeable. The only difference that most native speakers can agree upon is that someone is more formal than somebody (just as anyone is more formal than anybody, and everyone is more formal than everybody).This means that in a sentence like the one …

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/qa/difference-between-someone-and-somebody

Could Someone... Anyone... - ENGLISH FORUMS

Dec 13, 2013 · Could [someone/anyone] tell me what this word mean? Is there a difference? I think there is a difference. If you use "someone" you are asking a favor. If you use "anyone" you are asking if there is anyone who would be able to help you. More or less the same kind of difference there is between "Can I take some cake?" and "Can I take any cake?".

https://www.englishforums.com/English/CouldSomeoneAnyone/zdwdn/post.htm

What is the difference between somebody, someone and ...

Feb 19, 2018 · Hi! Both -body and -one are compound indefinite pronouns. Somebody/-one suggests a positive outcome; anybody/-one suggests a negative outcome. Let me explain. When you say, “Can someone/-body help me?”, you are expecting that someone WILL help. Wi...

https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-difference-between-somebody-someone-and-anybody-anyone

Diferencia entre Someone, Anyone y No one? - Duolingo

Aug 30, 2014 · Someone se usa en frases afirmativos. Se refiere a una persona particular si no conoces exactamente quien es la persona. Someone is at the door. Someone ate my food! ­ Anyone se refiere a una persona en general cuando no importa la identidad de la persona. Se usa en dos casos.

https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/4348272/Diferencia-entre-Someone-Anyone-y-No-one

How is it right to say ‘me and someone’ or ‘I and someone ...

Nov 19, 2017 · It's not completely incorrect either way (provided that you are using them appropriately as the subject or object of the sentence), but it is generally better to put the first person pronoun after the reference to the other person. For example, “J...

https://www.quora.com/How-is-it-right-to-say-‘me-and-someone’-or-‘I-and-someone’

grammaticality - "I and someone", "me and someone" or "I ...

"I and someone are interested" is grammatically correct. It is the convention in English that when you list several people including yourself, you put yourself last, so you really should say "Someone and I are interested." "Someone and I" is the subject of the sentence, so you should use the subjective case "I" rather than the objective "me". ...

https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/59618/i-and-someone-me-and-someone-or-i-and-someone-we

Anyone or any one – Correct Spelling – Grammarist

Anyone who is anyone means people who are famous or respected in a social sphere. To be anyone’s is to welcome flirtation (or more) from everyone without specific standards. It could be anyone’s game if the teams are matched in skill and scoring.This phrase is used for all contests, whether physical or mental. Examples. Anyone willing to part with between £20,000 and £200,000 for a week ...

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Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?) - UsingEnglish.com

Nov 14, 2004 · someone, anyone, nobody, everybody, somebody, anybody, each, neither, one, no one, everyone. All the words listed above refer to one thing. Even words like somebody, everybody, anybody are considered singular because they distinguish one body (e.g., some (one) body, every (one) body; any (one) body, etc. ... Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?)

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Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? - ENGLISH FORUMS

Jul 02, 2012 · Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? Forums Grammar & Sentence Structure 2 + 0. Dear teachers, Are there strict rules when using anyone someone and somebody? Please correct my understanding. I use 'anyone' for negative sentences. e.g I haven't heard anyone saying that.

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Anyone vs anybody: everybody/ everyone, somebody/ someone ...

Jan 19, 2015 · academic journal, anyone is the preferred usage. Google provides a useful, but informal measure. On .edu sites, anybody appears 313,000 times while anyone appears 2,170,000 times. The ratio is nearly the same for somebody and someone. I will not argue with Oxford, but to my ears anybody sounds rather awkward in polite speech.

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Is 'everybody' 'everyone' 'someone' 'anyone' singular? Or ...

So, as I said, “someone” is one person in a group of many people and it’s kind of anonymous. We don’t know specifically who that person is – “someone.” OK, “anyone.” “Everybody” is a generalization – we’re thinking 100%. Alright? And “everyone” is also a generalization – 100%.

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How to know when to use "someone" or "anyone"?

So "someone can do it" means that not everyone from that group can do it, but some can. Use "anyone" when all elements of a group are involved, but you don't necessarily mean all of them. So "anyone can do it" would mean that everybody in that group could do it, even though it doesn't take them all to do it.

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Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today ...

Anyone, anybody or anything ? - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary ... etc.) Questions: interrogative pronouns (what, who) Relative pronouns Someone, somebody, ... Anyone, anybody and anything are indefinite pronouns.

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What is the difference between someone and anyone - learn ...

We use someone in positive sentences (I saw her with someone) and anyone in questions and negative sentences (Have anyone seen him? I didn´t tell anyone) They can be both used with uncountable nouns (some money) or plural nouns (some people).

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What is the difference between someone and somebody? | Ask ...

Someone and somebody are both pronouns that are used to refer a person who is not known or specified. In most contexts, they are interchangeable. The only difference that most native speakers can agree upon is that someone is more formal than somebody (just as anyone is more formal than anybody, and everyone is more formal than everybody).This means that in a sentence like the one …

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Could Someone... Anyone... - ENGLISH FORUMS

Dec 13, 2013 · Could [someone/anyone] tell me what this word mean? Is there a difference? I think there is a difference. If you use "someone" you are asking a favor. If you use "anyone" you are asking if there is anyone who would be able to help you. More or less the same kind of difference there is between "Can I take some cake?" and "Can I take any cake?".

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What is the difference between somebody, someone and ...

Feb 19, 2018 · Hi! Both -body and -one are compound indefinite pronouns. Somebody/-one suggests a positive outcome; anybody/-one suggests a negative outcome. Let me explain. When you say, “Can someone/-body help me?”, you are expecting that someone WILL help. Wi...

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Diferencia entre Someone, Anyone y No one? - Duolingo

Aug 30, 2014 · Someone se usa en frases afirmativos. Se refiere a una persona particular si no conoces exactamente quien es la persona. Someone is at the door. Someone ate my food! ­ Anyone se refiere a una persona en general cuando no importa la identidad de la persona. Se usa en dos casos.

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How is it right to say ‘me and someone’ or ‘I and someone ...

Nov 19, 2017 · It's not completely incorrect either way (provided that you are using them appropriately as the subject or object of the sentence), but it is generally better to put the first person pronoun after the reference to the other person. For example, “J...

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grammaticality - "I and someone", "me and someone" or "I ...

"I and someone are interested" is grammatically correct. It is the convention in English that when you list several people including yourself, you put yourself last, so you really should say "Someone and I are interested." "Someone and I" is the subject of the sentence, so you should use the subjective case "I" rather than the objective "me". ...

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Anyone or any one – Correct Spelling – Grammarist

Anyone who is anyone means people who are famous or respected in a social sphere. To be anyone’s is to welcome flirtation (or more) from everyone without specific standards. It could be anyone’s game if the teams are matched in skill and scoring.This phrase is used for all contests, whether physical or mental. Examples. Anyone willing to part with between £20,000 and £200,000 for a week ...

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Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?) - UsingEnglish.com

Nov 14, 2004 · someone, anyone, nobody, everybody, somebody, anybody, each, neither, one, no one, everyone. All the words listed above refer to one thing. Even words like somebody, everybody, anybody are considered singular because they distinguish one body (e.g., some (one) body, every (one) body; any (one) body, etc. ... Someone who are/is? Anyone who are!(?)

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Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? - ENGLISH FORUMS

Jul 02, 2012 · Anyone Vs Someone Vs Somebody? Forums Grammar & Sentence Structure 2 + 0. Dear teachers, Are there strict rules when using anyone someone and somebody? Please correct my understanding. I use 'anyone' for negative sentences. e.g I haven't heard anyone saying that.

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Anyone vs anybody: everybody/ everyone, somebody/ someone ...

Jan 19, 2015 · academic journal, anyone is the preferred usage. Google provides a useful, but informal measure. On .edu sites, anybody appears 313,000 times while anyone appears 2,170,000 times. The ratio is nearly the same for somebody and someone. I will not argue with Oxford, but to my ears anybody sounds rather awkward in polite speech.

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Is 'everybody' 'everyone' 'someone' 'anyone' singular? Or ...

So, as I said, “someone” is one person in a group of many people and it’s kind of anonymous. We don’t know specifically who that person is – “someone.” OK, “anyone.” “Everybody” is a generalization – we’re thinking 100%. Alright? And “everyone” is also a generalization – 100%.

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