|The pronouns anyone, everyone, no one, one, and someone
are singular. They each require a third-person singular verb.
do we say 'One of the
people is poking the
fire' even though people
is a plural noun?
|These people are having a bonfire party.
Anyone is invited to this party.
Everyone is having a good time.
No one is eating a hot dog.
One of the people is poking the fire.
Someone is going to have to put the fire out later.
|Do you know the
answer to the question
on the left? If you say
it's because the word
people is part of a
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