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  1. Yiagos
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    Anyone = anybody, someone = somebody?

    Can we use anyone instead of anybody in speech?
    What about somebody/someone and everybody/everyone?

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    Re: Anyone = anybody, someone = somebody?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yiagos View Post
    Can we use anyone instead of anybody in speech?
    What about somebody/someone and everybody/everyone?
    Yes.

  3. Yiagos
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    Thanks.

    Therefore these words are interchangeable. But anybody is more formal than anyone?

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    Re: Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Yiagos View Post
    Therefore these words are interchangeable. But anybody is more formal than anyone?
    I don't perceive any difference in formality.

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