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    Question The use of "some, every, no, any" is affirmative, negative and questions

    Hello! How are you guys?

    My name is Camila, I'm from Brazil, and I was wondering if someone knows where I can finnd the rules of (or exercises to practice) the use of "someone, something, somebody; everyone, everything, everybody; anyone, anything, anybody; no one, nothing, nobody" for questions, affirmative and negative statements.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: The use of "some, every, no, any" is affirmative, negative and questions

    Welcome to the forum, Camila.

    Unfortunately, many of the 'rules' you find are at best half-truths. Try posting specific questions here. You may find the responses, and discussion, helpful.

    You can begin by looking at a previous thread.

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    Re: The use of "some, every, no, any" is affirmative, negative and questions

    Quote Originally Posted by cami88 View Post
    Hello! How are you guys?

    My name is Camila, I'm from Brazil, and I was wondering if someone knows where I can finnd the rules of (or exercises to practice) the use of "someone, something, somebody; everyone, everything, everybody; anyone, anything, anybody; no one, nothing, nobody" for questions, affirmative and negative statements.

    Thanks in advance!
    Suggest you Google "indefinite pronouns". You will find muitas fontes.

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