Ejercicios con anyone, anything, somthing, somewhere y nowhere en inglés

Activity 1: Fill in the Blanks

1. ____ can do this task if they are willing to put in the effort.

2. Let’s go somewhere exciting for our next vacation!

3. I have ____ to do this weekend, so I am free to hang out with you.

4. The lost key could be ____ in the living room, but I’m not sure.

5. Don’t worry, there is ____ we can’t solve together.

6. I’ve been feeling restless lately, like I am going ____ in life.

7. Is there ____ you would like me to bring from the store?

8. I looked everywhere, but I couldn’t find ____ to fix the broken chair.

9. I think the cat went ____ because I can’t find her anywhere.

10. Did you see ____ interesting on the news today?

Activity 2: Dialogue Completion

1. A: Are you going to invite ____ to the party?

B: No, I don’t think ____ would enjoy it.

2. A: I have some free time this afternoon. Is there ____ you would like me to do for you?

B: No, thank you. I don’t need ____ at the moment.

3. A: Where did you buy that beautiful dress?

B: I got it from a boutique ____ in the city center.

4. A: I heard a noise, but I don’t see ____ around. Did you hear anything?

B: No, I didn’t hear ____ unusual.

5. A: I couldn’t find my wallet ____ in the house.

B: Maybe you left it ____ else. Did you check your car?

Activity 3: Sentence Transformation

1. It doesn’t matter who does it, ____ can complete this task if they put their mind to it.

2. We can go ____ exciting for our next vacation, like a tropical island.

3. I have ____ else to do this weekend, so I am free to hang out with you.

4. The lost key could be anywhere in the living room, so let’s search ____ for it.

5. There is nothing we can’t solve together. We can overcome ____ as long as we work as a team.

6. I’ve been feeling restless lately, like I am going ____ in life and have no direction.

7. Is there ____ specific you would like me to bring from the store, or can it be anything?

8. I looked everywhere, but I couldn’t find something suitable to fix the broken chair.

9. I think the cat went nowhere because I can’t find her anywhere in the house.

10. Did you come across anything interesting on the news today?

Answers:

Activity 1: Fill in the Blanks

1. Anyone

2. Somewhere

3. Nothing

4. Somewhere

5. Nothing

6. Nowhere

7. Anything

8. Something

9. Nowhere

10. Anything

Activity 2: Dialogue Completion

1. Anyone / Anyone

2. Anything / Anything

3. Somewhere

4. Anyone / anything

5. Anywhere / somewhere

Activity 3: Sentence Transformation

1. Anyone

2. Somewhere

3. Nothing

4. Nowhere

5. Anything / something

6. Nowhere

7. Anything

8. Something

9. Nowhere

10. Anything

📝 Trucos para los pronombres indefinidos

1. Utiliza «someone» cuando quieras referirte a una persona de manera indefinida. Ejemplo: «Someone called me earlier.»

2. Usa «anyone» para referirte a cualquier persona, sin importar quién sea. Ejemplo: «Is there anyone who wants to join us?»

3. Utiliza «something» para hacer referencia a algo de manera indefinida. Ejemplo: «I need to buy something for dinner.»

4. Usa «anything» cuando quieras referirte a cualquier cosa. Ejemplo: «Do you need anything from the store?»

5. Utiliza «everyone» cuando quieras hacer referencia a todas las personas en un grupo. Ejemplo: «Everyone is invited to the party.»

Recuerda que estos son solo algunos ejemplos de pronombres indefinidos en inglés y que hay otros más, como «nobody» (nadie), «nothing» (nada) y «everybody» (todo el mundo), entre otros.

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