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Something anything someone anyone English lesson

What will I learn from the English lesson - something anything someone anyone (or somebody, anybody)

During this English lesson you will learn how to use the words “something, anything, someone, anyone or somebody, anybody” in sentences. There are two exercises for you to complete using the four words.

Positive: - In a statement, use something or someone

There's someone knocking on the window.

I've got something that will make you happy.

Mr Bean talked to someone after is college class.

Sarah bought something at the market.

Negative: - In a negative sentence, use anything or anyone.

I didn't know anyone at the party.

Sarah didn’t buy anything at the market.

We didn't have anything to eat while working.

Mr Bean didn’t talk to anyone after is college class.

Question: - In a question, use either / something / someone or anything / anyone.

Did you meet anyone at the school disco?

Do you know anything about the area you are going to move to?

Did Mr Bean buy something at the supermarket?

Did Sarah talk to someone after is class?

** Hint ** Can I have...? Would you like...? + Something, someone.

Examples

  1. Would you like something to drink?
  2. Would you like someone to get you a beer?
  3. Can I have something to drink with my meal?
  4. Can someone get me a drink with my meal?

Choose the correct word in each sentence exercise.

This exercise you will practice using the correct word (something, anything, someone, and anyone) for each of the four sentences.

Copy and write the list on a piece of paper and fill in with the correct word.

Choose the correct word in each sentence

1 Is there (something, anything) to eat to eat at the party?

2 There's (something/anything) about your friend Sarah in the paper.

3 I met (someone/anyone) from your college while at the football match.

4 We went round to your flat but there wasn't (someone/anyone) in.

5 Do you know (someone/anyone) in the street that you are moving to?

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Choose the correct word in each sentence exercise.

This is another exercise where you will practice using the correct word (something, anything, someone, and anyone) for each of the thirteen sentences. Someone and somebody have the same meaning. Anyone and anybody also have the same meaning. Try and practise and see where you can use both.

Copy and write the list on a piece of paper and fill in with the correct word.

1. I have something in my pocket.

2. Do you have ________ in your bag?

3. Mr Bean doesn't have ______ in his pocket.

4. I bought ______ when I went to the supermarket yesterday.

5. Paul didn't buy ________ when he went to the shop.

6. Did you buy _______ when you went to KFC?

7. My best friend is speaking _______ to her boyfriend on the phone.

8. Sarah didn't tell _______ her little secret.

9. I talked to __________ at the counter about my food bill.

10. Did you talk to ________ about your problem?

11. Mrs Bean gave me ________ for my birthday.

12. Paul didn't give me ________ for my birthday.

13. Did John give you ________ for your birthday?

14. My husband is sitting at his desk. He's writing a letter to ________

15. The stadium is empty. I don't see ___________

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