Los gramáticos realmente coinciden en que la palabra everyone y everybody son singulares. Everyone suena como "un montón de gente", pero en la tierra gramática, everyone es una palabra singular y toma un verbo en singular.
Although I'll focus on the words everyone and everybody, the same rules apply to the words no one, nobody, anyone, anybody, someone, and somebody. Earlier I stated that grammarians don’t agree on the issue of indefinite pronouns. There are actually two issues concerning this topic: Are the words everyone and everybody singular or plural? And can I use a plural pronoun (such as their) to refer to these words? Grammarians actually agree that the words everyone and everybody are singular. Grammar Girl (that is I!) herself explains the answer in her book. She says, everyone sounds like a lot of people, but in grammar land, everyone is a singular noun and takes a singular verb. For example:
Everyone loves Squiggly. (This is right because everyone is singular and paired with a singular verb, loves.)
Everyone are happy. (This is wrong because it's pairing the singular noun everyone with a plural verb, are.)
Everyone hates subject-verb agreement. (This is right because everyone and hates are both singular.)
ask for - (a) pedir (b) pedir por alguien
This year Boby will ask for a new bike for Christmas.
Este año Boby va a pedir una bicicleta nueva para Navidad.
A client phoned and asked for the lawyer of the company.
Un cliente llamó por teléfono y pidió hablar con el abogado de la empresa.