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Hi, I'm Daniel and that's my first post on this forum so cześć (hello) ;]

I've got a question about everybody word, could you explain me the difference between Everybody and Everybody's, please?

Everybody's = Everybody is or maybe Everybody has or maybe it's plural form (no that'd be stupid I think).

Anyway, could you help me with it, please.
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Hello Daniel.

Everybody - all the people.

Everybody's - it belongs to everybody.

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Sorry, but I still don't get it, could you give me some examples maybe?
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Thanks, now it's clear for me. Finally I understood the difference ;]
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Leaf and gravy dripping over "the browned skin",which increased the apetite and made everybody's mouth water. Is it possible to use "the brown skin"