I don't see any mention of how to conjugate verbs with these pronouns? Do you always assume they are singular + masculin ? Or are there any special cases (I can't think of one so I'm asking in case somebody knows)?
Quelqu'un is always treated as singular masculine in French. The female counterpart would be quelqu'une.
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