Anything vs. Nothing
'Nothing' and 'anything' are two indefinite pronouns that have similar meanings. But they are used differently in a sentence. Let's check these two out!
'Anyone' refers to an unlimited set of things or groups of people. In this part, we will go through its uses and grammatical rules in English grammar.
Non-assertive Pro-forms refer to a group of words or phrases that refer to specific things/persons, but it is not important to mention what.
Anybody vs. Any Body
'Anybody' is an indefinite pronoun. But what about 'any body?' Is 'any body' correct? If so, what does it mean? Here, we will discuss these two words.
Nothing vs. Not Anything
One of the differences between 'nothing' and 'anything' is that the former is a negative making indefinite pronoun and the former is not. Let's discuss them!
You have heard 'any' in words such as 'anyone' and 'anything.' In this lesson, we will learn all about the word 'any' including its uses and functions.
Anyone vs. Anyone Else
What is the difference between 'anyone' and 'anyone else'? Do they have different meanings? Here, we will discuss these two.
Anybody vs. Somebody
'Anybody' and 'somebody' are indefinite pronouns that refer to people without saying exactly who they are. Here, we will discuss 'anybody' and 'somebody'.
Anybody vs. Anybody Else
What is the difference between 'anybody' and 'anybody else'? What does the adverb 'else' mean in this phrase? Here, we will discuss these two.
The word 'anything' is commonly used in the English language. In this lesson, we will learn its functions and positions in a sentence.
Anything vs. Anyone
'Anything' and 'anyone' are two indefinite pronouns that have somehow similar spelling but they refer to different things. Let's see their differences.
No One vs. Anyone
'No one' and 'anyone' are both indefinite pronouns that are used to refer to no person or thing in particular. Here, we will discuss these two pronouns.
Anyone vs. Someone
'Anyone' and 'someone' are both indefinite pronouns that refer to an unidentified person. But despite their similarities, are they identical?
Some vs. Any
The general rule is to use 'some' in positive, and 'any' in negative and interrogative sentences.
Any vs. Every
When you face these two words, at first you might think they are synonyms, but there are differences between them.
Anything vs. Anything Else
What is the difference between 'anything' and 'anything else'? Do they have the same meaning? Let's see their similarities and differences.
Anything vs. Anythings
Can 'anything' as an indefinite pronoun be used in plural form? Is 'anythings' correct in standard English? Let's find out.
Anything vs. Any Thing
Are 'anything' and 'any thing' both acceptable words in standard English? If yes, are they interchangeable? If no, which one is correct?
Another vs. Any Other
Another and any other are the same, and there is a delicate difference between another and any other. Let us get to know them better.
Understanding pronouns enable us to understand pro-forms in English very well. Pro-forms are alternatives that are put in the position of words, phrases, etc.
Anytime vs. Any Time
As you can see, 'anytime' and 'any time' are quite similar, but it's better if you learn the little details. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.
Anyone vs. Any One
Are 'anyone' and 'any one' both correct words in English? Do they have the same meaning? Can we use them interchangeably? Let's find out.
Either vs. Any
When to use 'any' instead of 'either'? That’s a common question asked by English learners. To know the answer follow the article.
Anything vs. Something
In this part, we are going to discuss the meanings and uses of 'something' and 'anything'. We will look at their similarities and differences.
Anybody vs. Anyone
When should we use 'anybody' versus 'anyone'? What is their difference? Are they have the same meaning? Let's find out!
Indefinite pronouns refer to people or things without saying exactly who or what they are. In this lesson, we will learn more about these pronouns.
'Anybody' refers to an unlimited set of things or groups of people. In this part, we will go through its uses and grammatical rules in English grammar.
Anything vs. Everything
'Anything' and 'everything' are both pronouns that are used to refer to something. They have fairly similar spelling and structure, but what's their difference?
Anymore vs. Any More
As you can see, 'anymore' and 'any more' look somehow the same, but if you want to make progress in English, you'd better learn about their little differences.
Anybody vs. Everybody
What is the difference between the two indefinite pronouns of 'anybody' and 'everybody'? In this part, we will go through their meanings one by one.