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I think these are sometimes used interchangably. Does both have the same meaning and can we use any of them?
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There are both interchangeable.....just like.....
someone and somebody.......
anyone and anybody.....
Woody, can you provide us with an example? I don't quite get it. It must be sth to do with my PSM. Maybe Cris would know sth about it.
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and noone and nobody!
You can say.....
I saw someone eat your pizza.......or
I saw somebody eat your pizza.
There's no difference. Another example is.....
Did anyone go to the concert?
Did anybody go to the concert?

Everyone here is crazy....
Everbody here is crazy.... (some more than othersEmotion: wink )
Noone came to my party so I ate all the food and drank all the wine by myself.
Nobody came to my party so I ate all the food and drank all the wine by myself.
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Why did nobody come to your party?
Did you invite anybody?
You're right.....
maybe next time I should invite someone
maybe next time I should invite somebody
(I knew I had forgotten to do something)
Sorry guys i don't understand the difference between them.
Thanks.
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