Complete these sentences with all, everything or everybody/everyone.
Margaret told me *** about her new job. It sounds quite interesting.
It was a good party. Everybody enjoyed it. (-body)
All I’ve eaten today is a sandwich.
Everybody has got their faults. Nobody is perfect. (-body)
Nothing has changed. Everything is the same as it was. (-thing)
Margaret told me all about her new job. It sounds quite interesting.
Can everybody write their names on a piece of paper please? (-body)
Why are you always thinking about money? Money isn’t everything. (-thing)
I didn’t have much money with me. All I had was ten pounds.
When the fire alarm rang, everybody left the building immediately. (-body)
She didn’t say where she was going. All she said was that she was going away.
We have completely different opinions. I disagree with everything she says. (-thing)
We all did well in the examination. Everybody in our class passed. (-body)
We all did well in the examination. All of us passed.
Why are you so lazy? Why do you expect me to do everything for you? (-thing)