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Is it "I dont know anyone here" or "I dont know anybody here"?

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Both are correct. Anybody is a variation of anyone.

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anyone, anybody is fine - either. I think anybody has a nicer ring to it. I think body and one both have a clinicalness to them but body is used in songs mor e'somebody to loooveee' and anyone is used in formal legal cease and desist letters etc. it really doesn't matter. just go with whichever helps your voice sound nicer and cooler to yourself.

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both, but i use anyone more often

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anyone is more often used

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The two words are interchangeable. Either way is correct and one is not used more often than the other. It is simply what YOU prefer to use.

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Actually, neither is correct. It's I don't ... not dont ;-)
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LOL! I totally missed that word!!!!
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I'd say anyone more but they're both correct.

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