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topic: Indefinite pronouns 1 | level: Beginner/Intermediate

Answer each question, replacing the bold word(s) with the indefinite pronoun that has the OPPOSITE MEANING (choose from none, nobody, nothing, or neither):
Ex: Are any of these students from Canada? No, none of these students are from Canada.

1. Did somebody knock on the door? No, knocked on the door.

2. Did either of the solutions work? No, of the solutions worked.

3. Does anybody here speak English? No, here speaks English.

4. Are any of your sisters married? No, of my sisters are married.

5. Did something happen? No, happened.

6. Does either of your brothers live with you? No, of my brothers lives with me.

7. Do any of your friends smoke? No, of my friends smoke.

8. Did you see anything? No, I saw .


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