'Someone' and 'everyone' are indefinite pronouns made up of two parts: 'some + one' and 'every + one' respectively.
- 'Someone' is more formal than 'somebody'. It refers to a person who is not known or mentioned by name.
- 'Everyone' refers to every person and all the people in a group.
Both 'everyone' and 'someone' take singular verbs.
'Someone' can be used in:
- affirmative statements
- request questions
- offer questions
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'Everyone' refers to all people related to a particular situation or a group. This particular group can be a circle of people, a classroom, an army, a team, etc.