Indefinite pronouns (everyone, no one, someone etc.)
1. Complete these sentences from the article on page 39. Underline other examples of indefinite pronouns in the article.
1) Most teens think they know everything about social media.
2) Think before you post something.
3) No one likes it when you ‘shout’ in your messages.
2. Complete the table. Use the article on page 39 to help you. Then complete the rule with some/any/no/every.
Everything — something — nothing — anything
Everyone — someone — no one — anyone
Everywhere — somewhere — nowhere — anywhere
RULE: The words beginning with
Every mean ‘all’ (people/things/places)
Some mean that we don’t know exactly which (person/thing/place)
Any mean that we don’t care or it doesn’t matter which (person/thing/place)
No mean ‘not any’ (person/thing/place).
3. Complete the sentences with words from the table in Exercise 2.
1) Where’s my pen? I’ve looked everywhere, but I can’t find it.
2) Using social media can be a real problem. Everyone should know that.
3) The teacher asked a question, but no one knew the answer.
4) Someone left a message for you at reception.
5) Ouch! There’s something in my eye!
6) I’ve no idea where Sally is. She could be anywhere.
7) Do you want a place to relax on your holiday? There’s nowhere better than here!
8) It’s so noisy. Let’s go somewhere quieter.
4. Complete the sentences so that they are true for you.
1) Everyone knows that I am afraid of balloons.
2) For my next holiday I’d like to go somewhere sunny.
3) I don’t like eating anything that has got dried fruit in it.
4) I think anyone can learn to be kind.
1. Match the phrases with the definitions. Write the numbers 1-10.
1) To key in your password
2) To install a programme
3) To attach a file
4) To have network coverage
5) To upload a photo
6) To delete a message
7) To open an attachment
8) To buy an app
9) To activate flight mode
10) To download a file
a. To clock on the icon of a file that comes with an email — 7
b. To have a signal that lets you make phone calls, etc. — 4
c. To add a separate element (e.g. a photo, a document, a video) to an email — 3
d. To make an image available on the internet — 5
e. To pay for a programme for your mobile or tablet — 8
f. To type a secret word that gives you access to a computer — 1
g. To put a programme on a computer — 2
h. To switch on a function on your mobile or tablet so you can’t go online — 9
i. To remove a piece of text so it cannot be seen any more — 6
j. to copy information or a programme from the internet onto your computer hard disk — 10