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"Everyone, everybody, everything" are used for including all people and things into consideration.
"No one" is used to mention cases where you exclude everybody from consideration.
"Mine, yours, theirs" and other such usages are for denoting ownership as pronouns.
Q 4 - It looks complete, but I feel that ... left.
"Someone, somebody, something" is used for a general person or thing.
"I, he, we, she, they" and similar usages are for people who do the action.
"Mine, ours, yours, theirs" and other such usages are for denoting ownership as pronouns.
"Hers, his, theirs" and other such usages are for denoting ownership as pronouns.
Q 8 - We should allow … to spend some time with … child.
“Her” is used to denote ownership of a female in second person.
“Ourselves” is used when the plural speakers or a speaker representing multiple people is supposed to do something with their own capability.
Q 10 - You have to get this task done …; all others are busy with their assignments.
“Yourself” is used when a singular listener is supposed to do something with his/her own capability.