An indefinite pronoun is a pronoun that connects random and non-specific beings, places, or any object.
It does not represent any object, place, person, thing, or any other specifications. The indefinite pronoun is used to count the entire noun without any specification; also, it contains all, both, each, every, few, neither, nobody, and none, etc.
It is applied to a person, thing in the usual way but not in a distinct manner, which is used to refer to some general, unspecified pronouns in a sentence.
Usually, the indefinite pronoun is used to introduce a huge amount of people, things, objects, places, or else without specifying a particular name of anything. It has various functions as a subject, object, or sometimes acts like a preposition too.
Some common indefinite pronouns
All, any, anybody, anyone, another, each, several, nobody, many, more, few, everybody, everything, nothing, nobody, something, both, most, each, etc.
Examples of Indefinite pronouns are in Sentences
- If anybody is finding difficulty in solving problems, come to me.
- From my point of view, all are equal.
- I was unable to hear anything last night after the blast.
- Anybody can dance on the floor of dancing.
- You run from the other side.
- Someone, please help him.
- I heartily congratulate every player on this team.
- No one will help you in this situation.
- Everyone knows about that incident.
- Someone is absent from our crew.
- Nothing is left in front of me to tell you the truth.
- Only a few tickets are left to sell.
- Get both of you out of my classroom.
- Most of the students are participating in cultural events.
- Each of them purchased chocolate from my shop.
- Several people came to the stadium to see a match.
- Does anybody know how to turn off the computer?
- One could not see me behind bars.
- All the judges gave a standing ovation to my performance.
- No one will be absent from tomorrow in my class.
List of Indefinite pronoun:
- Each one
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