We use 'somebody' in positive statements, not in questions.
However, we can use 'somebody' in requests and in offers, which are two special categories of questions.
'Somebody': in Positive Statements
'Somebody': in Request Questions
'Somebody': in Offer Questions
Would you like to talk to
We use 'everybody' to refer to all people related to a particular situation or a group. It just depends on the group or the situation.
The particular group in this example is a class.
The particular group in this example is an office.
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