|another||an additional or different person or thing||That ice-cream was good. Can I have another?|
|anybody/anyone||no matter what person||Can anyone answer this question?|
|anything||no matter what thing||The doctor needs to know if you have eaten anything in the last two hours.|
|each||every one of two or more people or things, seen separately||Each has his own thoughts.|
|either||one or the other of two people or things||Do you want tea or coffee? / I don't mind. Either is good for me.|
|enough||as much or as many as needed||Enough is enough.|
|everybody/everyone||all people||We can start the meeting because everybody has arrived.|
|everything||all things||They have no house or possessions. They losteverything in the earthquake.|
|less||a smaller amount||"Less is more" (Mies van der Rohe)|
|little||a small amount||Little is know about his early life.|
|much||a large amount||Much has happend since we met.|
|neither||not one and not the other of two people or things||I keep telling Jack and Jill butneither believes me.|
|nobody/no-one||no person||I phoned many times butnobody answered.|
|nothing||no single thing, not anything||If you don't know the answer it's best to say nothing.|
|one||an unidentified person||Can one smoke here? | All the students arrived but now one is missing.|
|other||a different person or thing from one already mentioned||One was tall and the other was short.|
|somebody/someone||an unspecified or unknown person||Clearly somebody murdered him. It was not suicide.|
|something||an unspecified or unknown thing||Listen! I just heard something! What could it be?|
|you||an unidentified person (informal)||And you can see why.|
|both||two people or things, seen together||John likes coffee but not tea. I think both are good.|
|few||a small number of people or things||Few have ever disobeyed him and lived.|
|fewer||a reduced number of people or things||Fewer are smoking these days.|
|many||a large number of people or things||Many have come already.|
|others||other people; not us||I'm sure that others have tried before us.|
|several||more than two but not many||They all complained and severalleft the meeting.|
|they||people in general (informal)||They say that vegetables are good for you.|
|singular or plural|
|all||the whole quantity of something or of some things or people||All is forgiven.|
All have arrived.
|any||no matter how much or how many||Is any left?|
Are any coming?
|more||a greater quantity of something; a greater number of people or things||There is more over there.|
More are coming.
|most||the majority; nearly all||Most is lost.|
Most have refused.
|none||not any; no person or persons||They fixed the water so why isnone coming out of the tap?|
I invited five friends but nonehave come.*
|some||an unspecified quantity of something; an unspecified number of people or things||Here is some.|
Some have arrived.
|such||of the type already mentioned||He was a foreigner and he felt that he was treated as such.|