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  • Hi! I'm Georgina from BBC Learning English.

  • Do you ever wonder about the difference between

  • 'all', 'every' and 'whole'? They all have similar

  • meanings, but are used in different ways.

  • 'All' meansthe whole amount of something’.

  • One hundred per cent. It is often followed

  • by uncountable nouns or plural nouns.

  • 'He ate all the sugar!' 'All children love sweets'.

  • 'Every' has a similar meaning to 'all'. It means

  • each one without exception’.

  • 'I go to the gym every day.'

  • 'Whole' meansthe complete amount of something

  • and is followed by uncountable nouns or singular

  • nouns. 'I ate the whole cake'.

  • 'The whole airport is closed'.

  • Bye for now.

Hi! I'm Georgina from BBC Learning English.

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What's the difference between 'all', 'every' and 'whole'? - English In A Minute

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    林宜悉   發佈於 2020 年 03 月 25 日
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