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Help for Indefinite Pronouns

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Help for Indefinite Pronouns

Postby Hakan » Tue Feb 26, 2013 11:48 am

Are they Indefinite Pronouns ? Thank you already!

I need someone/somebody to help me.
Something is wrong on the internet.
All have arrived
Nothing goes as planned.
There is nobody/ no one at home.
Everything is illuminated.
Everybody likes that song.
No one is perfect.
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Re: Help for Indefinite Pronouns

Postby Alan » Fri Mar 01, 2013 6:15 am

Yes.
Negative pronouns (nothing, etc.) are generally considered a subcategory of indefinites.
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