Indefinite pronouns

Indefinite pronouns:



Indefinite Pronoun sentences relate to unknown or nonspecific people, things, and places that do not have a definite address to a person or things like a personal pronoun. some Indefinite Pronoun is given below. The most common pronouns are all, many, either, none, anybody, anything, each, several, none, one, everything, and nothing.

Some are the conditions:

1). Do not introduce a clause.

2). Words ending in-One or body are used for people.

3) Words ending in – thing are used for things.

  1. One
  2. Everyone
  3. Everybody
  4. Others
  5. Each
  6. Some
  7. Someone

Singular and Plural forms of  Indefinite Pronoun

Singular  Plural Both (Singular and Plural)
Any Body Others Some
Each Both None
Nobody Many Such
Everyone Few Any
Little Several More
Everything All


Indefinite Pronoun examples:

  1. Each athlete is trying to beat his competitor’s team.
  2. Everyone is happy on convocation day.
  3. Everything is ready according to strategy.
  4. Has Anybody guitar for today’s party?.
  5. Both are willing to go to participate in the competition.
  6. Many children are not going to school picnics.
  7. Several employees are absent today.
  8. Some people are not interested in government policies / Some are good.
  9. None of them are ready to go to today’s party/None is coming on my birthday.
  10. All students passed with remarkable marks/ All information is incorrect.


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