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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122062: Every one - Everyone
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    Every one - Everyone

    Everyone is a pronoun which means everybody, all the people. 

    Every one (as two words) is a phrase which means each person.

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    1. of the sisters wrote a beautiful story.

    2. I am sure saw the eclipse last year.

    3. I wish in the world health and happiness.

    4. She would like to help of the group who needs help.

    5. in her family likes to go to the pool.

    6. Would you like to read of my books?

    7. The manager asked to be on time.

    8. Our teacher asked to bring some food for the picnic.

    9. Don't trust him. He will tell what we said to him.

    10. She ate of the mushrooms on my plate.

    11. When he was young, he liked in his class.

    12. in the class had an amazing time.

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