Somebody vs. Everybody
'Somebody' and 'everybody' are both what we call indefinite pronouns. Here, we will learn about their similarities and differences.
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.