Indefinite pronouns

Употребление

Местоимения all, everything, everybody, both называются обобщающими.

All ставится перед существительными и переводится как "все", "вся" и т.д. Если all стоит перед местоимением, то оно имеет значение "все" (например, мы все и.т.д.)

Everything используют, когда речь идёт о всех предметах, everybody/ everyone - если говорим о всех людях.

Both используется перед существительными и указывает на два предмета.

Примеры использования Indefinite pronouns

  • I knew all the answers. -
  • We're all tall. -
  • We're both white. -
  • They're both hungry. -
  • I knew all the people. -
  • You're both free. -
  • Everybody seems so happy -
  • We're both different. -
  • They knew all the songs. -
  • I saved all the articles. -
  • They're all clean. -
  • I had all the answers. -
  • They are both similar. -
  • I saw all the signs! -
  • They come here all the time. -
  • You're both angry. -
  • They're all nice. -
  • You do everything for me -
  • You're both crazy. -
  • Every city has its districts. -
  • I'm here all the time -
  • You work hard all the time. -
  • Everything's so dirty. -
  • They're both sick. -
  • They're all full. -
  • Everything is so interesting. -
  • Every village has its stories. -
  • I ignored all the comments. -
  • They're all right! -
  • You're both strong. -
  • I missed all the signs. -
  • I ask everyone around me. -
  • Every country has its customs -
  • They're all healthy. -
  • They're both correct. -
  • We're both silly. -
  • You're all wet! -
  • They're both fake. -
  • They're all true. -
  • We saw all the movies. -
  • I locked all the doors. -
  • We're both awesome. -
  • I ate all the carrots. -
  • We opened all the drawers. -
  • They are both hard. -
  • I closed all the windows. -
  • Everything is totally wrong. -
  • They are all awesome! -
  • We're both healthy -
  • He knew all the names. -