Someone, somebody, something, somewhere are indefinite pronouns. They function in a similar way to some. We use them in affirmative clauses and in.
Part (positive), someone somebody, somewhere, something. Part (negative), anyone anybody, anywhere, anything. None, no one nobody, nowhere, nothing.
something, anything, someone, anyone, somewhere, anywhere - Exercises - Learning English Online.
Complete the sentences with pronouns (e.g. somebody, anybody, nobody, something, everything, anything, somewhere, everywhere, etc.). Example: There is.
Complete the following sentences using anybody (anyone), somebody (someone ), nobody (no one), anywhere, somewhere, nowhere, anything, nothing.
someone, somebody - alguien. Somebody needs to help her. something - algo. Please give me something to write with. somewhere - algún lugar. My pen is.