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Indefinite pronouns as the name suggest do not refer to a specific place, thing, person nor quantity. They can be both countable and noncountable. The majority of them are formed from a specific stem (any-, some-, every-,no-) completed with the endings of -one, -body, -where and -thing.
|Stem / Ending||-one||-body||-where||-thing|
These are the most commonly used indefinite pronouns. We use the one with the endings "one" and "body" to refer to people. Whereas "thing" is for objects and actions, and "where" for unknown locations.
Warning: We can not deny things twice, so in the case of "No" compounds, the verb will go in the affirmative to avoid double denial.
It is important to ensure there is an agreement between the two otherwise the sentence would not be grammatically correct. In a majority of the cases after the use of an indefinite pronoun, the accompanying verb straight after it is in singular form. When we refer back to the pronoun we use the plural forms they and them.
Quantifier pronouns are used to indicate a quantity that is not precisely known. They are countable and noncountable, based on what is being discussed one needs to use the correct form.
|Countable + plural verb / nouns||Uncountable + singular verb /nouns|
*One is an exception of the countable nouns because the verb following it needs to be singular.
**Most and more are present in the two columns because they can be both countable and uncountable. It is often specified so that the distinction is understandable.
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