Should I use anyone or everyone

Indefinite pronouns in German grammar

What are indefinite pronouns?

Indefinite pronouns We use (indefinite pronoun) when we generalize something (instead of talking about something concrete).

Example:
Can you something do for me? (generally)
(specifically, for example: can you wash my car?)

The indefinite pronouns include, for example something, nothing, man, someone, everyone. Learn the correct use of German indefinite pronouns here. Then test your knowledge in the exercises.

Indefinite pronouns something nothing

The pronouns something and Nothing are not declined.

Example:
Did you something belongs?
No, I have Nothing belongs.

Indefinite pronouns someone / everyone

The pronouns someone and everyone are declined.

Example:
I should someone call, but I can't remember who.
It can each times happen.

The pronoun everyone also adapts to the noun it replaces.

Example:
masculine - everyone
feminine - each
neutral - each

Indefinite pronouns man

The pronoun man becomes in the dative to one and in the accusative to one. (The possessive pronouns of man correspond to those of he.)

Example:
Do something like that man Not! (Nominative)
Your voice goes one under the skin. (Dative)
The stress makes one ill. (Accusative)
You can hardly be hear your own word. (Possessive pronouns)

Indefinite pronouns with any ...

To reinforce indefinite pronouns, we can put in front of some pronouns any- set, for example: anyone / anyone, anything / anything

Example:
Anyone / Anyone will help us.
Anything / anything he said, right?

Declination of someone / everyone / one

The following overview shows how the pronouns someone, everyone and one are declined in the nominative, dative and accusative case.