Articles related to "all"

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All is used to show the whole/entire amount, quantity, or extent of something.

Each vs. All

These two words are different as their meanings require.

 

All

'All' has many functions in the English language. In this lesson, we will take a look at its uses and learn more about it.

 

Both vs. All

It is actually easy to understand the difference between these two words. In this lesson, we will learn more about them.

 

Universal Pro-forms

Universal pro-forms are special function words or expressions to refer to the total number of something. In this lesson, you will learn more about them.

 

Everything vs. All

'Everything' is an indefinite pronoun but 'all' can take many different parts of speech in a sentence. Here we will compare these two words.

 

Everything vs. All Things

'Everything' is a singular indefinite pronoun. 'All things' is a plural noun phrase. Judging by this fact, let's go through their similarities and differences.

 

Distributives

Distributives are determiners that indicate divided groups of people. In this lesson, we will learn uses, grammatical rules, and more.

 

All vs. Every

'All' and 'every' are used a lot in English. They tend to confuse learners as they talk about quantity.

 

All vs. Whole

Actually all and whole both refer to an entire group of people or things.

 

Any vs. All

There has been always a challenge about using "all" and "any'' in English contexts.

 

Everyone vs. All

'Everyone' and 'all' have a similar meaning when talking about people. They both mean all the people in a group'. But are they 100% the same?

 

Cleft Sentences

Cleft sentences are complex sentences that have a meaning we can express by a simple sentence. They are used to emphasize one part of a clause. Let's see.

 

Indefinite Pronouns

Indefinite pronouns refer to people or things without saying exactly who or what they are. In this lesson, we will learn more about these pronouns.

 
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