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All or Whole
All and Whole
All and Whole are determiners.
We use them before nouns and with other determiners to refer to a total number or complete set of things in a group.
-All the cast had food poisoning. They were forced to cancel the show. (all+determiner+noun).
-The whole cast. (determiner+whole+noun).
-All my family lives abroad. Or, My whole family lives abroad.
We often use all and the whole with of the.
-She complains all of the time. Or, ... She complains the whole of the time.
We use a/an with whole but not with all.
-I spent a whole day looking for a book.
Not ...... all a day.
- Wholly means entirely.
Hope this helps.
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