Subject-Verb Agreement
Body Words

The pronouns anybody, everybody, nobody and somebody are
singular. They each require a third-person singular verb.   
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subject-verb
agreement visit
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College's Guide to
Writing and
Grammar.
The people in the picture above are in a meeting.

Anybody is welcome to speak.
Everybody is interested in the conversation.
Nobody is going to start an argument.
Somebody is going to suggest they break for lunch soon.
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