Intermediate Level >> Grammar Worksheets >> Review of the rules of using somewhere, anywhere, somebody, anybody, something, anything, etc - followed by worksheet exercise.

Somewhere, Nowhere, Anywhere!


  Places People Things
+ Somewhere Somebody Something
?      - Anywhere Anybody Anything
Short answers and subject Nowhere Nobody Nothing

Note: -one can be substituted for -body. So, for example, 'I saw someone in the garden last night.'

1. I didn't do __________ yesterday. I stayed in bed all day.
2. Are you going ___________ nice for your holiday this year?
3. John and Gita have bought a new house ___________ in Watford.
4. ____________ came to my Level 3 class yesterday. They were all at the beach!
5. ___________ is more beautiful than Sardinia in the summer.
6. "Did you do anything last night?" - "No, ____________."
7. Rick kissed __________ in the disco bar last night but he was so drunk he can't remember who!
8. "Does ___________ know the capital of Australia?"
9. "Can you help me please? I think I've got ___________ in my eye"
10. ____________ has stolen my car!! Did you see ____________ suspicious hanging around? Premium

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