Indefinite pronouns some, any, no, every
Rojas Vite, Cristhian
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The indefinite pronouns are those which refer to one or more unspecified objects, beings, or places. They are called “indefinite” just because they do not indicate the exact object, being, or place to which they refer. There are many different types of indefinite pronouns, and here it is going to be explained the following: Some, no, any, every. With their corresponding combinations.