As per google meaning I understood like,
Anyone - any person or any people
Anybody - anyone
It seems both are relevant. I am trying to understand the proper place for using these words. Please help me.
Thanks in Advance.
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There's no difference.
Anyone and anybody have no difference in meaning. Anybody is a little less formal than anyone. Anyone is used more in writing than anybody:
I didn’t know anybody at the party.
[talking about the New Zealand rugby team, the All Blacks]
It is hard to find anyone who thinks that the All Blacks will face a stronger team.
As Maulik wrote, they are interchangeable with only slight differences in formailty.
One common pitfall that I have seen learners fall into is the creating the negative forms of these words. Nobody is a single word, but the negative friend of anyone is no one, which cannot be written as one word.