Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Everybody"

The meaning of "Everybody" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa If everybody minded their own business, the world would go around a great deal faster than it does?
A: @Ri-na If everyone looked after their own concerns (and didn't interfere with other people) the world would work better. 😊
Q: O que significa everybody's business is nobody's business. ?
A: it basically means people should think about themselves and not try to be in other peoples personal problems! It is close to the saying "Mind your own business" which also means leave me alone. So everyone's problems are no one's problems, so people should not interfere! I hope this wasn't too confusing!😌
Q: O que significa you can please everybody ?
A: "you can't please everybody" means that no matter what you do, someone may be unhappy with the outcome. you can't make everyone happy, don't over work yourself trying to make it happen
Q: O que significa everybody's got a secret?
A: "Every person hides something."
Q: O que significa Difficult if everybody already knows each other. If you like the teacher maybe begin a class with them when they start a new one.?
A: @Risa1986: it is difficult to be a new comer to the group where everyone already knows each other.
if you like the teachers style of teaching you may want to take another class they teach

Example sentences using "Everybody"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com everybody /everyone should mind their/ his/ her own business.
how to correct this sentence please .
A: They should mind their own business.

You should mind your own business. Or as a command: Mind your own business. (This is rude if you say it to someone, so only say it if you want to be rude.)

You can use other subjects, of course, like he, she, Tim, everyone, or my boss.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com everybody and everyone.
A: Everyone got an A in the class. Everyone is going to the party. Everyone will be there.

Everybody was happy to see her. Everybody is going to the store. I was going to ask for directions but everybody was gone.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com everybody, everyone.
A: Everybody:
I can drive everybody else to the station.
Could you ask everybody if they need more water?
I can't believe how everybody hates me!
Everyone is already at the station.
Tell Michael we have enough water for everyone.
Everyone decided to hurt me on my birthday!
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com as, everybody, everyone, someone, something, everything, which one, anything.
A: As everybody lines up to get pizza I decide to get the sandwich.

Everyone showed up to the baseball game today.

Is someone over there yet?

Do you want something to eat?

I want everything in the toy store.

Which one of these items would you like to look at?

Don't worry, anything on the menu is good.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com everybody and everyone.
A: Bruh
What's up
And who are you
Do I know you
New phone who's this
Let's not do that
Your point is?
and so on

Synonyms of "Everybody" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre "everybody" e "everyone" ?
A: The only difference I can think of is that "everyone" is a little more formal

"Hello everyone" in a formal setting is acceptable where as
"Hello everybody" is a little bit more casual

But there are almost the same so don't worry about it to much ^^
Q: Qual é a diferença entre everybody e everyone e nobody / no one ?
A: I think there's no difference
nobody's home
no one's home

everybody's at the party
everyone's at the party
Q: Qual é a diferença entre everybody e anyone e everyone e anybody ?
A: "Any", "anybody", and "anyone" are used in situations where you don't know something:

-- Is anybody/anyone here?
-- Anybody could be there - I don't know who will though.
-- Does anybody/anyone like apples?

"Every", "everyone", and "everybody" are used when there is a definite amount that you know off - does that make sense?

- Is everybody/everyone here?
- Every cat in the world likes fish.
- Everybody/everyone will be there!
Q: Qual é a diferença entre everybody e everyone ?
A: There's no difference both of them are the same meaning :)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre everybody e everybody else ?
A: Everybody refers to an specific group of people and everybody else refers to all of the people

Translations of "Everybody"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? <<---------- ignore this. so i want to ask. "everybody loves compliment" or "everybody love compliment" which one is correct?
A: Everyone loves compliments - you need to add a 's' at the end of compliment
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? hello, everybody
A: This video will help you.
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? everybody
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? hello everybody
A: "hello everybody."
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? everybody
A: everybody
'everybody is invited to my birthday party this weekend'

Other questions about "Everybody"

Q: Up you get, everybody on. Best of luck to you. soa natural?
A: You is pronounced like 유, and get is pronounced as 겟. Right now it sounds a bit like "up she got".
Q: But everybody has a different opinion soa natural?
A: @tomo2016: とんでもありません。
Q: can I say "everybody look down"? or do I have to add the s to the verb?
A: That depends on how you say it, if it's a command like, "Everybody, look down!" then no, but if it's a statement that everybody is looking down then yes.
Q: everybody leave in the middle of the mission(game) soa natural?
A: @justagirl: This would only make sense as an instruction. It sounds like you are telling everyone to leave in the middle of the game. 'Everybody leaves in the middle of the mission.' would be saying that it is something they are already doing.
Q: I would like to everybody know the Japane's animation all over the world. I really love it. soa natural?
A: I would like everybody, all over the world, to know about this Japanese animation.

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