1. Can you see somewhere/nobody/something in the garden? What is it? A cat, a bird, or a dog maybe?
2. No, no, John didn’t tell nobody/anybody/everybody about your problem. Don’t worry.
3. I would really like to go somewhere/someone/something on holiday next month. Maybe France or Italy.
4. All Jane’s friends were very kind to her when she lost her job. Nobody/Anybody/Everybody wanted to help her to find a new job.
5. There isn’t something/anything/everything we can do about old car. Nothing/Nobody/Nowhere can fix it. We have to buy a new one.
6. My boss knows anything/everything/nothing about the mistake I made. I haven’t told him yet. But, if I don’t tell him, somebody/something/somewhere else will.
7. Dad, can you help me? There is anything/everything/something wrong with my laptop. And I don’t know something/nothing/anything about computers.
8. Jenny and Sam didn’t go anywhere/somewhere/everywhere this summer. Only Sam is working, and Jenny still doesn’t have a job. She tried to do everything/everybody/nothing she could to find work, but her profession isn’t very popular.