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university life is one of the best parts in anybody's life

Should i use anybody's life or everybody's life? and should i use part or parts of life. I am confused. Can anyone help me with that?

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I'd suggest "..best parts in anyone's life"

If you use everybody - does every person go to university?

I'd also point out, perhaps pedantically, that not everyone goes to university. And some people that do, have a terrible time.

  • Are you sure about using in instead of of. Best parts of life, best things in life, is how I would say it. I don't think it's good form to argue about what a learner would like to express in English, especially when you have such little context. – ColleenV parted ways Feb 9 '16 at 16:44

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