Everybody (one word) = each person; everyone: ‘One day everybody will be able to travel to the moon.’ ‘The president waved to everybody in the crowd.’

Everybody, everyone and everything are used with a singular verb: ‘Everybody was tired of waiting.’ ‘During the first few days, everything was new to me.’

Everyone = all people: ‘Hurry up! Everyone is waiting for you.’

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