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Indefinite Pronoun – Plural

Plural indefinite pronoun: a pronoun used to replace a non-specific noun. Plural indefinite pronouns may refer to people or things.


Examples of indefinite pronouns:


None – zero – How many kids are there? There are none.

Not any – zero – How many people are there? There aren’t any.

Any number over one – two to infinity – How many cars are there? There are five.

Some – more than one – How many cats are there? There are some.

Both – the two – Which of the hats do you want? I want them both.

Either – these or those – Would you like water or milk? Either is fine.

Neither – not these or those – Which songs do you like – these or those. I like neither of the songs.

Others – different ones – Are those all you need? No, I need others.

Few, very few – not enough – How many contestants are there? There are few.

A few – three or four – How many players are there? There are a few.

Several – four or five – How many animals are there? There are several.

Enough – the correct, needed number – How much food is there? There is enough.

A lot – a large number – How much water is there? There is a lot.

Not many – not a large number – How many plants are there? There are not many.

Too many – more than enough or good – How many flies are there? There are too many.

All – 100% - Which movies are good? They are all good.


*remember with singular indefinite pronouns, a different pronoun must be used for people and places. With plural indefinite pronouns, the same pronoun may be used for a plural number of people and places.


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