To make your writing more clear, avoid ambiguous pronouns.
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Here's a Grammar Card about indefinite pronouns "everyone" and "everybody". These words are interchangeable--choose which sounds the best to you. Remember that most of the time these words are treated as grammatically singular. For example: "Everyone are hungry" is incorrect. The correct sentence is "Everyone is hungry".
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