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eve•ry•one(ˈɛv riˌwʌn, -wən)
You usually use everyone or everybody to refer to all the people in a particular group.
You can also use everyone and everybody to talk about people in general.
After everyone or everybody you use a singular form of a verb.
When you are referring back to everyone or everybody, you usually use they, them, or their.
Don't confuse everyone with every one. You use every one to emphasize that something is true about each one of the things or people you are mentioning.
everyone[ˈɛvriwʌn] pron → tout le monde
Everyone had a good time → Tout le monde s'est bien amusé.
Everyone makes mistakes → Tout le monde peut se tromper.
Everyone opened their presents → Tout le monde a ouvert ses cadeaux.
Everyone should have a hobby → Tout le monde devrait avoir un passe-temps.
everyone else → tous les autres
see also their.