WHAT IS THE DIFFRENCE BETWEEN SOMEONE AND SOMEBODY,EVERYONE AND EVERYBODY.

There is no significant difference in these sets of words. The words someone/somebody are synonymous and often used interchangeably. However, the '-one' forms (someone, anyone ) are more formal than the '-body' forms(somebody, anybody, everybody). Therefore, the former ones are largely used in written English while the latter ones are used in speech.

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Someone is the same as somebody.

Everyone is the same as everybody.

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