字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello, I'm Sam from BBC Learning English, and today we're going to look at the difference between 'all' and 'everybody' or 'everyone', when talking about people. In both cases we're talking about a group of people and the meaning is simple. They both mean '100% of the group'. But, how we use them in a sentence is slightly different. Let's look at these examples: I invited some friends to a party this weekend. They all came! Everybody came! So, in the first example, we have 'the subject + all + the main verb'. It's not correct to say 'all came' without using the subject 'they' before 'all'. But if you want to make the sentence shorter, you can use 'everybody' or 'everyone' as the subject of the sentence - so, 'everybody + the main verb'. So I hope you 'all' understand and 'everybody' will do the quiz now.