What Is the Difference between 'Someone' and 'Everyone'?
'Someone' and 'everyone' are both indefinite pronouns that refer to unspecified persons. Here, we will discuss their similarities and differences.
Someone vs. Everyone
'Indefinite pronouns' refer to people or things without saying exactly who or what they are. We use the suffixes '-one' and '-body' to refer to an unspecified person.
'Someone' and 'everyone' are pronouns made up of two parts: 'some + one' and 'every + one'.
'Someone' is the more formal synonym of '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.