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    #1

    everyone and everybody

    1. May I know the differences between
    • no one and nobody
    • everyone and everybody
    • every day, everdays and every days

    2. Is there plural form for everyone and everybody. I think no because everyone and everybody mean more than one person. Am I right?



    Ju

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    Re: everyone and everybody

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    1. May I know Can someone tell me the differences difference between:
    • no one and nobody - They mean the same
    • everyone and everybody - They mean the same
    • every day, everdays and every days - Every day is correct; everdays does not exist; every days does not exist

    2. Is there a plural form for everyone and everybody? I think not because everyone and everybody mean more than one person. Am I right? Yes you are.

    Ju
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