Flashcards on Indefinite Pronouns

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What is an indefinite pronoun?

An indefinite pronoun refers to a non-specific or unspecific noun.

What are some examples of indefinite pronouns?

Some examples of indefinite pronouns include: anyone, anything, someone, something, everyone, everything, nobody, no one, none, some, several, many, few, all, both, either, neither, each, one, other, another.

What is the difference between indefinite pronouns and distributive pronouns?

Indefinite pronouns refer to an unspecific noun, while distributive pronouns refer to a group of individuals taken one at a time.

What is the difference between 'any' and 'some' as indefinite pronouns?

'Some' refers to a specific quantity or number, while 'any' refers to an unknown or non-specific number.

How do you use an indefinite pronoun in a sentence?

An indefinite pronoun can be used as the subject or object of a sentence. For example, 'someone left their bag on the bus,' or 'I couldn't find anything to eat in the fridge.'

What is the difference between 'each' and 'every' as indefinite pronouns?

'Each' refers to individual items, while 'every' refers to a group as a whole.

Can indefinite pronouns be plural?

Yes, some indefinite pronouns can be both singular and plural, such as 'some', 'many', 'few', and 'all'.

What are the most common indefinite pronouns in English?

The most common indefinite pronouns in English are: anyone, anything, someone, something, everyone, everything, nobody, no one, none, some, several, many, few, all, both, either, neither, each, one, other, another.

What is the difference between 'nobody' and 'none' as indefinite pronouns?

'Nobody' refers to a person or people, while 'none' refers to something that doesn't exist or isn't present.

What is the difference between 'another' and 'other' as indefinite pronouns?

'Another' refers to one more thing of the same type, while 'other' refers to a different type of thing or person.

What is the difference between 'both' and 'either' as indefinite pronouns?

'Both' refers to two things, while 'either' refers to one or the other of two things.

What is the difference between 'many' and 'several' as indefinite pronouns?

'Many' refers to a large number or quantity, while 'several' refers to more than two but not many.

What is the difference between 'neither' and 'either' as indefinite pronouns?

'Neither' refers to not one or the other of two things, while 'either' refers to one or the other of two things.

What is the difference between 'all' and 'none' as indefinite pronouns?

'All' refers to every thing or person, while 'none' refers to nothing or no one.

What is the difference between 'some' and 'any' as indefinite pronouns?

'Some' refers to a specific quantity or number, while 'any' refers to an unknown or non-specific number.

What is an indefinite pronoun?

An indefinite pronoun refers to a non-specific or unspecific noun.

What are some examples of indefinite pronouns?

Some examples of indefinite pronouns include: anyone, anything, someone, something, everyone, everything, nobody, no one, none, some, several, many, few, all, both, either, neither, each, one, other, another.

What is the difference between indefinite pronouns and distributive pronouns?

Indefinite pronouns refer to an unspecific noun, while distributive pronouns refer to a group of individuals taken one at a time.

What is the difference between 'any' and 'some' as indefinite pronouns?

'Some' refers to a specific quantity or number, while 'any' refers to an unknown or non-specific number.

How do you use an indefinite pronoun in a sentence?

An indefinite pronoun can be used as the subject or object of a sentence. For example, 'someone left their bag on the bus,' or 'I couldn't find anything to eat in the fridge.'

What is the difference between 'each' and 'every' as indefinite pronouns?

'Each' refers to individual items, while 'every' refers to a group as a whole.

Can indefinite pronouns be plural?

Yes, some indefinite pronouns can be both singular and plural, such as 'some', 'many', 'few', and 'all'.

What are the most common indefinite pronouns in English?

The most common indefinite pronouns in English are: anyone, anything, someone, something, everyone, everything, nobody, no one, none, some, several, many, few, all, both, either, neither, each, one, other, another.

What is the difference between 'nobody' and 'none' as indefinite pronouns?

'Nobody' refers to a person or people, while 'none' refers to something that doesn't exist or isn't present.

What is the difference between 'another' and 'other' as indefinite pronouns?

'Another' refers to one more thing of the same type, while 'other' refers to a different type of thing or person.

What is the difference between 'both' and 'either' as indefinite pronouns?

'Both' refers to two things, while 'either' refers to one or the other of two things.

What is the difference between 'many' and 'several' as indefinite pronouns?

'Many' refers to a large number or quantity, while 'several' refers to more than two but not many.

What is the difference between 'neither' and 'either' as indefinite pronouns?

'Neither' refers to not one or the other of two things, while 'either' refers to one or the other of two things.

What is the difference between 'all' and 'none' as indefinite pronouns?

'All' refers to every thing or person, while 'none' refers to nothing or no one.

What is the difference between 'some' and 'any' as indefinite pronouns?

'Some' refers to a specific quantity or number, while 'any' refers to an unknown or non-specific number.

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