Choose the correct variant and open the brackets.
Model: I know ( somebody/ something) from Spain. - I know somebody from Spain.
1. There is ( somebody/ something) in my hand.
2. I'm reading ( somebody/ something) about Picasso.
3. The policeman is looking for ( somebody/ something) on a red bicycle.
4. She wants to buy ( somebody / something) for her friend.
5 . I don't believe ( anybody / anything) in this newspaper.
6 . I don't know ( anybody/ anything) here.
7 . I don't think ( anybody/ anything) is going to visit us this Monday.

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1. There is somebody in my hand.
2. I'm reading something about Picasso.
3. The policeman is looking for somebody on a red bicycle.
4. She wants to buy something for her friend.
5 . I don't believe anything in this newspaper.
6 . I don't know anything here.
7 . I don't think anybody is going to visit us this Monday

Ответы и объяснения

2014-02-11T17:35:23+04:00
1. There is something in my hand.
2.I'm reading something about Picasso.
3.The policeman is looking for somebody on a red bicycle.
4.She wants to buy something for friend.
5. I don't believe anything in this newspaper.
6. I don't know anybody there.
7. I don't think anybody is going to visit us this Monday.
2014-02-11T17:35:40+04:00
1) something
2)something
3)somebody
4)something
5)anything
6)anybody
7)anybody