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1nobody - anybody - everybody - something - Learn English
Somebody - nobody - anybody - everybody - something - anythi : free exercise for ... English exercise "Somebody - nobody - anybody - everybody - something ...
2Somebody, nobody, nothing etc - English
To have someone do something | Towns | Translations | USA | United Kingdom | Video | Waiting for approval | What time is it? | With a lesson | Writing a letter ...
3Some- or any- + body/-thing/-where - English
... something in your eye? (It seems that you have got something in your eye and I expect you to answer 'yes'.) ... 'Let's go out somewhere.' 'Where shall we go? ... Somebody/someone/anybody/anyone are singular words: ? Someone is here to ...
4Some Any and their derivatives - English
+. SOME. SOMEONE/SOMEBODY. I met someone I knew. SOMETHING. He bought something cheap. SOMEWHERE. They went somewhere on holiday. -. ANY ...
5Something,anything,nothing,everything - English
Something,anything,nothing,everything. Choose the right word. English exercise "Something,anything,nothing,everything" created by lili73 with The test builder ...
6Compound words with some,any,no - English
Note in general, we use something/anything and somebody/anybody in the same way as some/any. Choose the correct word. English exercise "Compound ...
7Expressions with the word THROW - English
Throw someone in at the deep end = to make someone deal with something difficult ... voice = to make your voice sound as if it is coming from somewhere else ...
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8Nothing / Everyone/ No one / Anything / Something - English
Nothing / Everyone/ No one / Anything / Something. Complete the sentences. English exercise "Nothing / Everyone/ No one / Anything / Something" created by ...