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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116798: All - every
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    All - every


     

    All and every can both be used to talk about people or things in general, or about all the members of a group. There is a little difference of meaning; every often suggests  'without exception'. The two words are used in different situations.

    Every is used with a singular noun and all is used with a plural noun.

    All can be used with some determiners. All can be used with uncountable nouns.

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    1. of the plates were broken last night.

    2. child needs love.

    3. children need love.

    4. I like the songs from the 90's.

    5. She came here from morning to night. In fact she was here day long.

    6. She comes to our house day. (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday....)

    7. of my children can swim.

    8. She knows student in the school.

    9. One in three marriages ends in divorce.

    10. We see each other day.









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