Again, someone asked me through ASK QUESTION form. Actually, I am not a teacher although I once taught kids in my hometown. Someone asked me the difference between ‘Someone and Somebody”.
You use “someone” when you do not know the person and there are too many people to choose from, and then you use “somebody” when you talk about a person you know in the limited amount such as in a classroom, a home, etc, but you do not want to mention her/his name. My senior high school teacher used to call us “everybody”, not “everyone”. Also, when you come to your friend’s home, for instance, you may call, “Anybody home?”
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