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Hi all,

I was halfway writing my essay and got stucked with this simple word choice.

1. As I entered the studio, the yoga teacher was already in. I grabbed my yoga mats and placed them on the floor in ‘T’ shape just like (everyone/everybody/anyone/anybody) did. (which one is correct in this sentence?)

Thanks.
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I think you may have got hold of the wrong end of the stick here. Emotion: smile

The discussion was about a choice between as and when, not between as and like.

CJ
CalifJimI think you may have got hold of the wrong end of the stick here. Emotion: smile

The discussion was about a choice between as and when, not between as and like.

CJ
Indeed. Sorry. I've been known to have been unobservant before.
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And what about these sentences?
Anybody who uploads tons of porn or is mistaking this site for a dating site don`t friend request me neither send me messages. Just don`t bother me.
Can I write those like that or are there errors?
Hi,

And what about these sentences?
Anybody who uploads tons of porn or is mistaking this site for a dating site don`t friend request me neither send me messages. Just don`t bother me.
Can I write those like that or are there errors?

There are problems.

For very casual English, write
eg Anybody who uploads tons of porn or mistakes this site for a dating site, don`t friend-request me or send me messages. Just don`t bother me.

Clive