What are Indefinite Pronouns?
The pronoun that does not denote a certain person, place, or thing is called an Indefinite Pronoun. It may be singular, plural, or both.
Indefinite pronouns include all, one, both, several, someone, somebody, anyone, anybody, nobody, etc.
Examples of Indefinite Pronouns
- Somebody was beating at the door.
- Someone had cut the telephone wires.
- She wrote something on a piece of paper.
- I’ve seen him somewhere before.
- He is not friendly with anybody.
- I don’t care what anyone says.
- I don’t know anything about driving.
- Did you go anywhere yesterday?
- There is enough food for everybody.
- A good diet is essential for everyone.
- I want to know everything about you.
- I searched everywhere for the book.
- There’s nobody here by that name.
- No one can parallel her in English.
- There was nothing in her bag.
- We went nowhere except to school.
- One must show honor to one’s parents.
- Both are brilliant students.
- I saw several without a mask.
- All are not saints that go to church.