Recognize the difference between singular and plural indefinite pronouns
Indefinite pronouns can be either singular or plural. Most indefinite pronouns are always singular (someone, nothing, much), while others are plural (both, many, several) and a few can be either (all, most, some), depending on how they are used in a sentence. The plurality of the indefinite pronoun determines the form of the verb it can be used with. Each sentence on this worksheet contains an indefinite pronoun. The user must identify the pronoun and whether it is singular or plural.