From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheveryoneev‧ery‧one /ˈevriwʌn/ ●●●S1W1 pronounEVERYONEevery person syn everybodyIf everyone is ready, I’ll begin.Send my best wishes to everyone in the family.Of course everyone else thought it was hilarious!Not everyone enjoys sport.GRAMMAR: Singular or plural verb?Use a singular verb after everyone: Everyone likes her.✗Don’t say: Everyone like her.USAGE: Everyone, every one• You use everyone when you mean 'all of the people in a group'. You write it as one word: Everyone enjoyed the concert.• You use every one when you mean 'every person or thing in a group, considered as separate people or things'. You write it as two words: There are no chocolates left − someone has eaten every one.• You say every one of a group of people or things: I wish to thank every one of you.✗Don't write: everyone of
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everyone• Everyone has bad days now and then.• Is everyoneready to go?• Everyone who ran in the race got a T-shirt.everyone else• I am doing this for myself, not just to prove it to everyone else.• I thought he had been in a car accident that had killedeveryone else.• There are only challenged people, who with a little help can be just like everyone else.• Why not tear them up like everyone else and contribute to the litter found on every bookie's floor?• Does non-proliferationapply to everyone else but not to us?• I was still awake, but everyone else had gone to bed.• Knowing enough of the language to understand what everyone else is saying is a decided plus.• Don't get them mixed up or everyone else on the list will think you're a twit.• Circumstances had conspired to derail her, as they had derailed almost everyone else she knew.