She doesn't know anybody.

Discussion in 'English Only' started by DUDAYSABRAS, Dec 13, 2012.

  1. DUDAYSABRAS Junior Member


    Can we say: she doesn´t know anybody??

  2. Beryl from Northallerton Moderator

    British English
  3. DUDAYSABRAS Junior Member

    She´s new in the office, so she doesn´t know anybody.
  4. paul f Senior Member

    Lyon, France
    English - England
    This is formulation is perfectly correct and seems natural to me
  5. DUDAYSABRAS Junior Member

    Thanks a lot !!
  6. sdgraham

    sdgraham Senior Member

    Oregon, USA
    USA English
    Your grammar is perfectly correct, but logically lacking.

    If you mean "in the office," say so. I sincerely doubt that there's anybody alive who doesn't know anybody.
  7. JustKate

    JustKate Moderate Mod

    "In the office" does need to be stated or at least implied, but not necessarily in the same sentence. If it is clear from the context that by "anybody," you mean "anybody in the office," that should be adequate. But SDG is perfectly right that if you haven't made this clear, you need to.
  8. DUDAYSABRAS Junior Member

    Thank you very much!!

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