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Topic: English indefinite pronouns 1 | level: Beginner/Intermediate (A2-B2)




Answer each question, replacing the words in bold with the indefinite pronoun that has the opposite meaning. Choose from none, nobody, nothing, or neither.
Example: Are any of the teachers from New Zealand? No, none of the teachers are from New Zealand.


1. Did somebody come by earlier? No, came by earlier.

2. Has either of your brothers found a job? No, of them has found a job.

3. Does anybody know the name of that song? No, knows the name of that song.

4. Are any of these burgers vegan? No, of these burgers are vegan.

5. Did my mum say something to you? No, your mum said to me.

6. Is either of your parents allergic to cats? No, of my parents is allergic to cats.

7. Do any of your mates speak Chinese? No, of my mates speak Chinese.

8. Was anything missing from your purse? No, was missing from my purse.







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