Practice. Indefinite pronouns. Someone, Anyone, No one, Nothing

Practice. Indefinite pronouns. Someone, Anyone, No one, Nothing

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Practice. Indefinite pronouns. Someone, Anyone, No one, Nothing

Does _____ want a game of tennis?  Yes

Your face looks terribly familiar. Haven’t I seen you _____ before?

I asked if _____ wanted an ice-cream, but _____ did, so I just bought one for myself

Where do you want to go on holiday?  _____ hot. I don’t care if it’s Greece, Spain, Italy or Sahara, but it has to be hot.

Did _____ phone me while I was out?

I felt so embarrassed. _____ was laughing at me

What do you want for supper? _____ , I don’t mind.

Can we go _____ quiet?

I have _____ more to say to you. Goodbye!

Who was at the party? _____: Pete, Ann, James, Kathy, all the Smiths, Sally Beams and Sally Rogers

_____ will tell you that two and two is four

It was Sunday, and the town was deserted. _____ was in the streets, and _____ was open

This doesn’t look a very nice restaurant. Can we go _____ else?

I have never been _____ more beautiful than Scotland

Help yourself to food. You can have _____ you want

She left the room without saying _____.

Would you like _____ to eat?

What’s that smell? Can you smell _____ burning?

Come and see me _____ you want. I don’t mind

If you need _____, just ask

Can I have _____ to drink?

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