Conjugating No One, Anyone, Someone, and Everyone


Welcome to this online English lesson about conjugating no one, anyone, someone, and everyone. Start by watching this video. Then read the summary and do some exercises to practice.


Be careful when conjugating “no one,” “anyone,” “someone,” and “everyone.” They are all treated as singular nouns. For the simple present tense, that means you need to add an “-s” to the end of the verb.

To remember this, focus on the word “one." It's in all of the words!


No one lives on Mars.

Everyone is allowed to write a comment below.

Someone told me to visit Rome, but I forgot who.

Anyone over the age of 18 is allowed to vote.


Beginner Exercise:

Is each sentence correct or incorrect?

1 – No one is here right now.

2 – The dance floor is empty because everyone are eating birthday cake.

3 – Do you know anyone who live in Paris?

4 – Someone stole my bicycle!

5 – No one could help me fix my computer.

Advanced Exercise:

Answer the following questions, making sure to use one of the following words: everyone, no one, someone, anyone.

Write your answers in the comments below to get personalized feedback.

1 – Who deserves to be treated with respect?

2 – Who currently lives on Mars?

3 – Who has the chance the be famous on YouTube?

If you have any questions, feel free to write them in the comments below.

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2 thoughts on “Conjugating No One, Anyone, Someone, and Everyone

  1. Everyone deserves to be treated with respect
    No one currently lives on Mars
    Anyone has the chance to be famous on you tube

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