Some and Any Compound Forms
Also See:Some and AnyNo and Every Compounds
Somebody (Someone) / Something / Somewhere
We use somebody (someone) - something and somewhere in affirmative sentences. We use them in interrogative sentences if we expect an affirmative answer.
I see somebody at the gate.
There is something under the table.
She lost her ring somewhere.
Anybody (Anyone) / Anything / Anywhere
We use anybody (anyone) - anything and anywhere in negative and interrogative sentences.
a. Is there anybody in the library? No, there isn't anybody in the library.
b. Is there anything in the bag? No, there isn't anything in the bag.
c. Did she visit anywhere yesterday? No, she didn't visit anywhere yesterday.
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