字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 This is everyday grammar. I'm and I'm Rossiya. You know, English is not a difficult language. Everyone can learn it. I'm not sure I agree with you. Why not? Some words? Air difficult to learn. Consider the words everyone and anyone. Oh, those are tricky. What's the difference? Let's find out. First, let's cover anyone and any body. These two words are interchangeable. You could say, Has anyone seen my keys or has anybody seen my keys? They would both be correct. Some language experts say anyone is a little more formal and is used in academic writing more often than anybody. Okay, Does the same apply to everyone and everybody? Yes, it does. Now. I guess there is some difference between anyone and everyone. Yes, there is. Let's take the following sentence as an example. Everyone likes singing here. The meaning is that every person likes to say. Now if we said, Does anyone like singing? That would refer to one person or war, but not necessarily all the people makes us. Yes, it does.