These pronouns are used as adjectives and pronouns.
This is my hat. (pronoun)
This book is interesting. (Adjective)
SUCH and SOME
Have no dealings with such. (pronoun)
Such men are dangerous. (Adjective)
The students came early. But some were late. (Positive statement).
These cakes look delicious. Can I have some? Of course you can.
Somebody broke in last night and stole my wife’s jewellery.
What is the different in these sentences?
One feels sorry for him.
Do you want a big doll or small one?
Everyone is happy.
Each one will get his present.
All are clever except this one.
Anybody can buy perfumes. But few do.
Which brand of tea do you want?
Any will do.
The ink is finished. Have you got any? (interrogative)
No. I haven’t got any. (negative)
A student asked a question. Then another answered it.
The pen is lost. I need another.
Others think that I am a rich man. But I am not.
5) Every, Everything, Everybody, Everyone
Everyone does his best.
6) No one, None, Nobody, Nothing
No one Knows the answer.
None of this money is mine.
None of my friends knows Hany.
None of my friends knows Mary.
7) Each, Each one
Each man writes in a different way.
Each one will have his present.
The boys each have four pounds.
All were present at airport.
All is well that ends well.
Much sugar in tea, please.
There is no much taste in the coffee.
Little sugar in tea, please.
Many came. But few are absent.
Few were absent. But many came.
Both were tall. But neither plays basketball.
Neither knows French. But both speak English.
Speaking about money, have you got enough?
16) So, Not
Do you think we will succeed in the exam?
Yes. I think so.
No. I think not.
No. I do not think so
17) Hope, Be afraid
Are you coming with me to the cinema?
Yes. I hope so.
No. I am afraid not.
Is he ill?
Yes. I am afraid so.
No. I hope not.
18) So, Not, Tell, Say
How do you know there will be a match?
Ahmad said (told me) so.
Amin said not.