singular and plural: anybody etc
Anybody, anyone, somebody, someone, nobody, no-one, everybody and everyone are used with singular verbs.
- Is everybody ready?
(NOT Are everybody ready?)
- If anybody calls, tell them I'm out, but take their name and address. Nobody phoned, did they?
Somebody left their umbrella behind yesterday. Would they please collect it from the office?
Everybody thinks they're different from everybody else.
- When somebody does not want to live, he can be very difficult to help.
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