Here are a few sentences I hear from time to time.
All with the word ‘someone’ in them:
Someone should help them get back on track.
They might just need a little bit of support or something.
Someone should have a word with him.
He’s just lost his way a bit.
If someone just gave them a chance, they’d be brilliant.
If someone just sat down with her and told her how good she was, she might commit – properly.
Someone should back her.
Put a few quid in.
Take a punt.
Someone needs to do something about him treating her like that.
Someone should tidy it up.
It’s a bloody eyesore.
Someone should just listen to them.
They talk sense.
They probably just feel a bit left out.
And here’s something else.
Something that someone like you.
Could say to anyone you like:
That someone you’re talking about.
That someone could be you, you know.
(And the someone you say it to.
It could be yourself).