English grammar rule Any body

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Anybody is an indefinite pronoun, and refers to an unspecified person.

Any body is a noun phrase, and refers to an unspecified body.

Examples of 'Any body' rule
  1. Incorrect Has any body gone fishing recently?
    Correct Has anybody gone fishing recently?.
    Incorrect They dug up the graveyard, but didn’t find anybody.
    Correct They dug up the graveyard, but didn’t find any body.
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