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Indefinite Pronouns: Prefix and Suffix

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My worksheet Answers:

A.

  1. Every: Everyone - Everywhere - Everything
  2. Some: Someone / Somebody - Somewhere - Something
  3. Any: Anyone / Anybody - Anywhere - Anything
  4. No: No one / Nobody - Nowhere - Nothing

B.

  1. You can find a McDonald’s everywhere.
  2. I lost my wallet but someone / somebody found it and sent it to me.
  3. I cut my har but no one / nobody has noticed
  4. Our new project is going great; everything is going as expected.
  5. I’m very hungry but I didn’t find anything to eat.
  6. I want to go somewhere with a nice beach.
  7. Do you know anyone / anybody that can support us with this issue?
  • I want to live anywhere cold.
  • Someone gave me this book.
  • I buy everything in the mall.
  • I have nothing to do.
  • They don‚Äôt have **somewhere **to go.

Work hard people, nobody is going to do the work for you:

Prefix and Sufix

  1. What are indefinite pronouns?
    Nouns: are words used to refer to people, places or things. The subject of the sentence.

The pronouns: substitute the nouns.

  1. Prefixes and suffixes.

Prefix: are those letters that we use words at the beginning of a word to make a different word.
When we talk about:

  • All: we use Every-
  • A part: we use Some- or any-
  • Absence: we use No-

Suffix: are those letters that we add at the end of the words to make a different one.
In idefinite pronous when we’re talking about:

  • People: we use -body or -one.
  • Places: we use -where.
  • Things: we use -thing.

It’s important to remember that if we want to use the preffix no and the suffix one together, they come separated. No one

Furthermore, we don¬īt use nobody/no one, nothin or nowhere in negative clauses because that is a double denial.

  1. Conjugation rules
  • Everybody/everyone: refers to all people BUT the correct conjugation is in a singular form.

  • Somebody: refers to an unspecified person

  • Anybody/anyone: refers to an unspecified person- doesn‚Äôt matter who; is used for questions

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Sentences of indefinite pronouns solved.

  • You can find McDonalds everywhere
  • I lost my wallet, but someone found it and send it to me
  • I cut my hair, but no one has noticed
  • Our new project is going great, everything are going as expected
  • I am very hungry, but I didn‚Äôt find anything to eat
  • I want to go somewhere with a nice beach
  • Do you know someone that can support us with this issue?

Hello!

I wanto to live somewhere cold.
Somebody gave me this book.
I buy everything at the mall.
I have nothing to do.
They don’t have anywhere

Worksheet
A.
Everyone (people) Everybody (people) Everywhere (places) Everything (things)
Somebody (people) Somewhere (places) Something (things)
Anyone (people) Anybody (people) Anywhere (places) Anything (things)
No one (people) Nobody (people) Nowhere (places) Nothing (things)

B.
You can find a McDonald’s everywhere.
I lost my wallet but someone found it and sent it to me.
I cut my hair but no one has noticed.
Our new project is going great; everything is going as expected.
I’m very hungry but I didn’t find anything to eat.
I want to go somewhere with a nice beach.
Do you know someone that can support us with this issue?

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Indefinite Pronouns: Prefix and Suffix
Instructions: Complete the chart below with the correct prefix and suffix for each noun. (People, places, things). Remember there are two suffixes when referring to people (-body/-one)
People Places Things
Every- everyone everywhere Everything
Some- somebody somewhere Something
Any- anyone anywhere Anything
No- Nobody
No one Nowhere Nothing

Using Indefinite pronouns in affirmative, negative and questions
Instructions: replace the noun with the proper indefinite pronoun in each sentence.

  1. You can find a McDonald’s in the U.S., China, Japan, Germany, France, Canada, U.K., Brazil, Australia and 100 other countries.
    You can find a McDonald’s everywhere.
  2. I lost my wallet but a woman found it and sent it to me.
    I lost my wallet but somebody found it and sent it to me.
  3. I cut my hair but none of my friends has noticed.
    I cut my hair but nobody has noticed.
  4. Our new project is going great; all meetings, schedules and tasks are going as expected.
    Our new project is going great; everything is going as expected.
  5. I’m very hungry but I didn’t find bread, cookies, fruit or snacks
    to eat.
    I’m very hungry but I didn’t find anything to eat.
  6. I want to go to the Caribbean or the Mediterranean sea,
    to a nice beach.
    I want to go somewhere with a nice beach.
  7. Do you know a person that can support us with this issue?
    Do you know_anyone_ that can support us with this issue?
Practice: \- I want to live somewhere cold. \- Someone gave me this book. \- I buy everything ai the mall. \- I have nothing to do. \- They don't have anywhere to go.

I love her pronunciation, it helps so much it’s so clear !!!

Great class
  • I want to live somewhere cold
  • Somebody gave me this book
  • I buy everything at the mall
  • I have nothing to do
  • They don¬īt have anywhere to go

Every- people (everybody - everyone), place (everywhere) thing (everything)
Some- people (somebody - someone) place (somewhere) thing (something)
Any- people (anybody -anyone) place (anywhere), thing (anything)
No- people (nobody -no one) place (nowhere), thing (nothing).

You can find a McDonald’s in the U.S., China, Japan, Germany, France, Canada, U.K., Brazil, Australia and 100 other countries.
You can find a McDonald’s everywhere.
I lost my wallet but a woman found it and sent it to me.
I lost my wallet but someone found it and sent it to me.
I cut my hair but none of my friends has noticed.
I cut my hair but no one has noticed.
Our new project is going great; all meetings, schedules and tasks are going as expected.
Our new project is going great; everything is going as expected.
I’m very hungry but I didn’t find bread, cookies, fruit or snacks
to eat.
I’m very hungry but I didn’t find anything to eat.
I want to go to the Caribbean or the Mediterranean sea,
to a nice beach.
I want to go somewhere with a nice beach.
Do you know a person that can support us with this issue?
Do you know anyone that can support us with this issue?

Answers part B:
1.You can find a McDonald’s everywhere.
2. I lost my wallet but someone found it and sent it to me.
3. I cut my hair but no one has noticed.
4. Our new project is going great; everything is going as expected.
5. I’m very hungry but I didn’t find anything to eat.
6. I want to go somewhere with a nice beach.
7. Do you know anybody that can support us with this issue?

Answers part A:

kids usually say I’m bored, there is nothing to do.

  1. You can find a McDonald’s in the U.S., China, Japan, Germany, France, Canada, U.K., Brazil, Australia and 100 other countries.
    You can find a McDonald’s everywhere.
  2. I lost my wallet but a woman found it and sent it to me.
    I lost my wallet but somebody found it and sent it to me.
  3. I cut my hair but none of my friends has noticed.
    I cut my hair but no one has noticed.
  4. Our new project is going great; all meetings, schedules and tasks are going as expected.
    Our new project is going great; everything is going as expected.
  5. I’m very hungry but I didn’t find bread, cookies, fruit or snacks
    to eat.
    I’m very hungry but I didn’t find anything to eat.
  6. I want to go to the Caribbean or the Mediterranean sea,
    to a nice beach.
    I want to go somewhere with a nice beach.
  7. Do you know a person that can support us with this issue?
    Do you know_anyone that can support us with this issue?

Hello Mayra, these are my answers:

I want to live somewhere cold
Someone gave me this book
I buy everything at the mall
I have nothing to do
They don’t have anywhere to go

I want to live somewhere cold
Somebody gave me this book
I buy everything at the mall
I have nothing to do
They don’t have anywhere to go

You can find my brother everywhere
You can buy me something for christmas
There are many cinemas everywhere

You can find a McDonald’s in the U.S., China, Japan, Germany, France, Canada, U.K., Brazil, Australia and 100 other countries.
You can find a McDonald’s** almost anywhere **.
I lost my wallet but a woman found it and sent it to me.
I lost my wallet but someone found it and sent it to me.
_I cut my hair but none of my friends has noticed.
_
I cut my hair but no one has noticed.
Our new project is going great; all meetings, schedules and tasks are going as expected.
Our new project is going great; everything is going as expected.
I’m very hungry but I didn’t find bread, cookies, fruit or snacks
to eat.

I’m very hungry but I didn’t find **anything **to eat.
I want to go to the Caribbean or the Mediterranean sea,
to a nice beach.

I want to go somewhere with a nice beach.
Do you know a person that can support us with this issue?
Do you know anyone that can support us with this issue?

I want to live somewhere cold
Somebody gave me this book
I have nothing to do
Te don’t have anywhere to go

  1. I want to live in somewhere cold
  2. Someone gave me this book
    3 I buy everything ath the mall.
  3. I have anything to do
  4. They don’t have anywhere to go
  1. I want to live somewhere cold.
  2. Someone gave me this book.
  3. I buy everything at the mall.
  4. I have nothing to do.
  5. They don’t have anywhere to go.

I’m glad that there is time to pause the video now hahaha this wasn’t the case in the previous course.

these are my answers :

  1. You can find a McDonald’s in the U.S., China, Japan, Germany, France, Canada, U.K., Brazil, Australia and 100 other countries.

You can find a McDonald’s _______everywhere__.

  1. I lost my wallet but a woman found it and sent it to me.

I lost my wallet but someone_ found it and sent it to me.

  1. I cut my hair but none of my friends has noticed.

I cut my hair but _nobody has noticed.

  1. Our new project is going great; all meetings, schedules and tasks are going as expected.

Our new project is going great; everything is going as expected.

  1. I’m very hungry but I didn’t find bread, cookies, fruit or snacks to eat.

I’m very hungry but I didn’t find anything_ to eat.

  1. I want to go to the Caribbean or the Mediterranean sea, to a nice beach.

I want to go somewhere with a nice beach.

  1. Do you know a person ****that can support us with this issue?

Do you know____someone___ that can support us with this issue?

I want to live somewhere cold.
Somebody/someone gave me this book.
I buy everything in the mall.
I have nothing to do.
They don’t have anywhere to go.

  1. I want to live SOMEWHERE cold.
  2. SOMEONE give me this book.
  3. I buy EVERYHING at the mall.
  4. I have NOTHING to do.
  5. They don’t have ANYWHERE to go
  • I want to live somewhere cold
  • Someone gave me this book
  • I buy everything at the mall
  • I have nothing to do
  • They dont have anyplace to go
  • I Want to live **somewhere **cold.

  • **Someone **gave me this book.

  • I buy **everything **at the mall.

  • I have **nothing **to do.

  • They don‚Äôt have **anyplace **to go

I want to live anywhere cold.
Someone gave me this book.
I buy everything in the mall.
I have nothing to do.
They don’t have anywhere to go.

Practice: I want to live in Canada. * I want to live somewhere cold. A friend gave me this book. * Someone gave me this book. I buy all my clothes at the mall. * I buy everything at the mall. I have zero things to do. * I have nothing to do. * I don't have anything to do. They don't have a place to go. * They don't have somewhere to go. * They have nowhere to go.
Hay una regla que no mencionan en los videos: Sse debe usar "some" en afirmaciones y algunas preguntas, y "any" en negativas, interrogativas y condicionales, se aplica a todos los pronombres indefinidos que contienen "some" o "any".
may be we can use double negatives when wanting to confuse somebody like I don¬īt have nowhere to go because my house isn¬īt empty with a lot of nobody
* I want to live somewhere cold. * Somebody gave me this book. * I buy everything at the mall. * I have nothing to do. * They don¬īt have anywhere to go
I want to live in somewhere cold Somebody gave me this book I buy everything at the mall I have nothing to do they don't have anywhere to go
1-SOMEWHERE 2-SOMEBODY 3-EVERYTHING 4-NOTHING 5-ANYWHERE
Hi Mary, I send you my answers ![](https://static.platzi.com/media/user_upload/image-8c091bc7-acae-48af-b187-12e1c2d15bc6.jpg)
Somewhere Somebody Everything Nothing Nowhere
I want to live somewhere cold. Someone gave me this book I buy everything at the mall I have nothing to do They don't have anywhere to go
Hi Everybody! ## Indefinite Pronouns: Prefix and Suffix * I want to live somewhere cold * Somebody gave me this book * I buy everything at the mall * I have nothing to do / *I don't have anything to do* * They don't have anyplace to go / *They have nowhere to go* Thanks for reading.
Hi Everybody! # Indefinite Pronouns: Prefix and Suffix * I want to live somewhere cold * Somebody gave me this book * I buy everything in the mall * I have nothing to do / *I don't have anything to do* * They don't have anyplace to go / *The have nowhere to go* Thanks for reading.
1. I want to live somewhere cold 2. Someone gave me this book 3. I buy everything at the mall 4. I have nothing to do 5. they don't have anywhere to do
1. I want to live anywhere cold 2. Someone gave me this book 3. I buy everything at the mall 4. I have nothing to do 5. they don't have anywhere to do
hi, i have a gestión, cool you give me mor examples about the negative clases pls thanks
My answers. I realized that I included one that is not on the key answers: Someone. ![]()![]()![]()![]()![]()![](https://static.platzi.com/media/user_upload/Prefix%20and%20Sufix%201-f2990758-01bd-4f01-837c-03264b67e213.jpg) ![](https://static.platzi.com/media/user_upload/Prefix%20and%20Sufix-1624d512-6574-4825-a075-245977618d80.jpg)
* I want to live in somewhere country cold * Someone gave me this book. * I buy everything at the mall. * I have nothing to do. * They don¬īt have anywhere to go.
My answers ![](https://static.platzi.com/media/user_upload/image-be7bb996-89b7-45fe-97bd-a823b8145bce.jpg)
Hi Mayra, the first answer could be also “I want to live **anywhere** cold? Why you only indicates somewhere as an answer? (The same question for answer #5)
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1. I want to live somewhere cold 2. someone gave me this book 3. I buy everything at the mall 4. I have nowhere to go
1. i want to live in somewhere cold 2. somebody gave me this book 3. i buy everything at the mall 4. i dont have nothing to do 5. they dont have nowhre to go
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1. I want to live somewhere cold 2. Anybody gave me this book 3. I buy everything at the mall 4. I have nothing to do 5. They don't have somewhere to go
Love this class, you really can learn a lot in just twelve minutes
I want to live anywhere cold Someone gave me this book I buy everything at the mall I have anything to do The don¬īt have somewhere to go
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In English the correct sentence is "I have nothing to say" And it's curious that in Spanish the correct sentence it's not "Yo tengo nada que decir"
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1. I want to live somewhere cold 2. Someone gave me this book 3. I buy everything at the mall 4. I have nothing to do 5. They dont have nowhere to go
## Practice * I want to live in Canada. * I want to live **somewhere** cold. * A friend gave me this book. * **Someone** gave me this book * I buy all my clothes at the mall. * I buy **everything** at the mall. * I have zero things to do. * I have **nothing** to do. * They don’t have a place to go. * They don’t have **anywhere** to go.
I want lo live somewhere cold somebody gave me this book I but everythink at the mall I have nothing to do They dont have somewhere to go
1. somewhere 2. someone 3. everything 4. nothing 5. anywhere
* I want to live somewhere cold * Someone gave me this book. * I buy everything at the mall. * I have nothing to do. * They don't have anywhere to go.
1. Everywhere 2.somebody 3.No one 4. Everything 5.anything 6.Somewhere 7.Somebody
1. I want to live everywhere cold. 2. Someone gave me this book. 3. I buy everything at the mall. 4. I have nothing to do. 5. They don¬īt have anywhere to go.
why in the last sentence use "anything and don¬īt use "somewhere"? They don't have "somewhere" to go
Nouns: Person, place, thing. Pronouns: Substitute nouns Prefix: All = Every A part = Some/Any Absence = No Suffix: People Body = Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, Nobody One: Everyone, Someone, Anyone, No one Places: Where Somewhere, Everywhere, Anywhere, No where Thing: Everything, Something, Anything, Nothing I want to live somewhere Cold Someone gave me this book I buy everything at the mall I have nothing to d They don¬īt have anywhere to go
I want to live anywhere cold someone gave me this book i buy nothing at the small I have nothing to do they dont have somewhere to go
* I want to live somewhere cold * Someone gave me this book * I buy everyyhing at the mall * I have nothing to do * They don't have somewhere to go.
1\. A. I'd like to befriend a nerd. B. I'd like to befriend someone who's smart 2\. A. I live in the Dominican Replublic. B. I live somewhere in the caribbean. 3\. A. I'm used to acquire all the parts through amazon. B. I'm used to acquire everything through amazon. 4\. A. I can't lose my house and my family. B. There are somethings I can't lose. 5\. A. I see no progress in school . B. I'm headed nowhere with my education.
Lets practice. NOUN . IN DEFINITE PRONOUN I want to live in canada / I wan to loive somewhere Cold. A friend Gave me his book / Someone gave me his book .I buy all my clohes at the mall/ I buy everything i wear at the mall I have zero things to do/ I have nohing to do They dont have a place to go/ they don't have anywhere to go
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I had done my answers in my mind, so: 1\. Somewhere. 2\. Someone 3\. Everything 4\. Nothing 5\. Anywhere

Answers:

  1. I want to live somewhere cold.
  2. Someone gave me this book.
  3. I buy everything at the mall.
  4. I have nothing to do.
  5. They don’t have anywhere to go.
Indefinite pronouns replace Nouns 1. I want to live somewhere cold 2. Someone gave me this book 3. i buy somethings at the mall 4. i have nothing to do 5. I don¬īt have anywhere to go
* I want to live **anywhere** cold * **Someone** gave me this book. * I buy **everything** in the mall. * I have **nothing** to do. * They don't have somewhere to go.
Hi! This is my worksheet answer : ![](https://static.platzi.com/media/user_upload/image-85caee53-6eff-4961-bb7e-254faabf2398.jpg)![](https://static.platzi.com/media/user_upload/image-b3959cdf-5077-4474-9cc9-f0b1c2213b18.jpg) ![](https://static.platzi.com/media/user_upload/image-ed05973b-48d2-48fe-944b-8af782318289.jpg)

I want to live somewhere cold
Somebody gave me this book
I buy everything at the mall
I have nothing to do
They don¬īt have anywhere to go

* I want to live in somewhere cold. * Someone gave me this book. * I buy everything at the mall. * I have nothing to do. * They don't have anywhere to go.
1.anywhere 2.someone 3.anything 4.nothing 5.anywhere
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Excuse me guys, i just have a question... I want to use the resources we have in every class as PDF, and be able to edit them to put my own answers, how can i make this happen? Do i need to ask for the permission to edit the file? I'm just new, i'm sorry
Yo soy anticuado! Lo tengo todo en mi cuaderno, y no tengo buena letra.
My answers: 1. Somewhere 2. Someone 3. Everything 4. Nothing 5. Somewhere ( I can¬īt understand why somewhere isn't an option )

Let¬īs practice:

  1. I Want to live somewhere cold.
  2. Someone gave me this book.
  3. I buy everything at the mall.
  4. I have nothing to do.
  5. They don¬īt have anywhere to go.
\*\*\*Someone gave me this book\*\*\*
* I want to live **somewhere** cold. * **Anyone** gave me this book. * I buy **everything** in the mall. * I have **nothing** to do. * They don't have **anywhere** to go.
I don't know what happen with my progress in these english videos but I've watched three and the progress bar shows me 0%.
* I want to live somewhere cold. * Someone gave me this book * I buy All Things at the mall * I have nothing to do  * They don't have anywhere to go
I want to live somewhere Somebody gave me this book I buy everything I have nothing to do They don't have nowhere to go
16/12/2023 **Prefix / Suffix** 1. Every: one - body / where / thing 2. Some: one - body / where / thing 3. Any: one - body / where / thing 4. NO: one - body / where / thing **People** Everyone - Everybody Someone - Somebody  Anyone - Anybody  NO one - nobody **Places** Everywhere  Somewhere  Anywhere  NO where  **Things** Everything Something Anything NOthing **Negative sentences** No one/ Nobody is going to the party I have nowhere to go (correct) I don’t have nowhere to go (wrong) I don’t have anywhere to go (correct) I don't have Any**thing** to say (correct) I have NO**thing** to say (correct)
16/12/2023 **Prefix / Suffix** 1. Every: one - body / where / thing 2. Some: one - body / where / thing 3. Any: one - body / where / thing 4. NO: one - body / where / thing **People** Everyone - Everybody Someone - Somebody  Anyone - Anybody  NO one - nobody **Places** Everywhere  Somewhere  Anywhere  NO where  **Things** Everything Something Anything NOthing **Negative sentences** No one/ Nobody is going to the party I have nowhere to go (correct) I don’t have nowhere to go (wrong) I don’t have anywhere to go (correct) I don't have Any**thing** to say (correct) I have NO**thing** to say (correct)
1. I want to live somewhere cold. 2. Somebody gave me this book. 3. I buy everything at the mall. 4. I have nothing to do. 5. They don't have anywhere to go.