Nobody vs. Nobodies

What Is Their Difference?

Can 'nobody' be used as a plural pronoun? Or it should always be used as a singular noun? Here, we will see if 'nobody' can be pluralized or not?

Nobody vs. Nobodies

'Nobody' can both be a pronoun and a noun. As a pronoun, we cannot use the plural form of 'nobody', i.e. 'nobodies'. 'Nobody' is a singular pronoun and always comes with a singular verb.

Nobody understands what I'm going through .

I keep asking the same question , but nobody cares enough to answer .

However, as a noun, 'nobody' can be treated as any other countable nouns and we can use its plural form with a plural verb.

I'm sure there are more somebodies than nobodies in the world .

I was hanging out with a bunch of nobodies .

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