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    Question EVERYBODY and EVERYONE

    What is the difference between the two? Could someone explain the exact usage.


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    Re: EVERYBODY and EVERYONE

    None!

    They are totally interchangeable.

    However, having two words to say the same thing means that they can often be used together to emphasise a point: Everyone and everybody went to watch the football match. This would imply that if we've accidentally missed anyone by stating everyone we'd catch them by saying everybody.....to imply that no-one at all was missing.

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