ESL Review of the Rules of Using Somewhere, Anywhere, Somebody, Anybody, Something, And Anything
In this grammar review worksheet, students review of the rules of using somewhere, anywhere, somebody, anybody, something, anything, by completing 10 sentences. They examine the use of these words for people, places, and things.
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