Map Indefinite Pronouns

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4. The affirmative sentences are those that explain or express the characteristics of the subject as well as specific actions that they perform, by the type of sentences that make up the statements, they are also called enunciative sentences. In English, these sentences are simple, because they do not require any action or conjugations or special changes within the sentence as those that are related to the conditions of denial, condition or interrogation

5. Pronouns are words that replace the name to avoid its repetition. That is, point or represent people, things or facts that are known by the speaker and the listener. An indefinite pronoun refers to nonspecific people or things. Most of these words can also be used as indefinite adjectives when preceding a noun.

6. Negative sentences in simple present (simple present) are formed by writing do not or not before the verb, in this case it does and functions as an auxiliary verb. Do you write the third persons of the singular He, She, It; and do for the rest. It is important that when negative sentences are written for third parties, the final version of the verb should be deleted, and written in its simple form. Contractions not (no) and no (no) are son used



9. All: You've taken all the balls! another: Another goal from my team. Any: Any umbrella is fine anybody: Nobody congratulates me. Is there anyone in this room? anything: It's so dark, I can not see anything. Nothing: We can play where you want Both: Both play very well football. Each: Everyone makes the best Either: I do not care to watch any movie. Enough: We never finish, it's not enough Every: All students failed the exam. Everyone: Is everyone here? Everything: How's everything? Everything is fine. Everywhere: The flags are everywhere. Nobody: Nobody went to class today. None: None of the children wanted to answer the question. Nothing: There is nothing in the house. Nowhere: He has nowhere to stay. One: One never knows what the future will bring. Other: The other teacher is more beautiful. Some: There are some dogs in the park. Somebody someone: Someone is in the bathroom. Something: I have something in the car. Somewhere: Right now I'm with my family somewhere


11. Everyone is sleeping in my bed. Someone is sleeping in my bed. No one is sleeping in my bed. I gave everything to Sally. He saw something in the garden. There is nothing to eat. I looked everywhere for my keys. Keith is looking for somewhere to live. There is nowhere as beautiful as Paris.



14. I don't know anything about it. = neutral I know nothing about it. = defensive I don't have anybody to talk to. = neutral I have nobody to talk to. = hopeless There wasn't anything we could do. = neutral There was nothing we could do. = defensive/angry