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    All, everything or everybody/ everyone.

    A/- All and everybody/ everyone


    We do not normally use all to mean everybody/everyone:

       Everybody enjoyed the party, (not 'All enjoyed...')


     But note that we say all of us/ you/ them, not 'everybody of...':

    All of us enjoyed the party, (not 'everybody of us')


    B/- All and everything

    Sometimes you can use all or everything:

    • I’ll do all I can to help,   or I’ll do everything I can to help.


    You can say 'all I can' / 'all you need' etc. but we do not normally use all alone:

    • He thinks he knows everything, (not 'he knows all')

    • Our holiday was a disaster. Everything went wrong, (not 'All went wrong')


    We use all in the expression all about:

    • They told us all about their holiday.

    We also use all (not 'everything') to mean the only thing(s):

    All I've eaten today is a sandwich. (= the only thing I've eaten today)


    C/- Every/ everybody/ everyone/ everything are singular words, so we use a singular verb:

    Every seat in the theatre was taken.

    Everybody has arrived, (not 'have arrived')


     But we often use they/ them/ their after everybody/ everyone:

    Everybody said they enjoyed themselves. (= he or she enjoyed himself or herself)


    Complete these sentences with all, everything or everybody/ everyone.


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    1. It was a good party. enjoyed it.

    2. I’ve eaten today is a sandwich

    3. has got their faults. Nobody is perfect.

    4. Nothing has changed. is the same as it was.

    5. Margaret told me about her new job. It sounds quite interesting.

    6. Can write their names on a piece of paper, please?

    7. Why are you always thinking about money? Money isn't .

    8. I didn't have much money with me. I had was ten pounds.

    9. When the fire alarm rang, left the building immediately.

    10. She didn't say where she was going. she said was that she was going.

    11. We have completely different opinions. I disagree with she says.

    12. We all did well in the examination. in our class passed.

    13. We all did well in the examination. of us passed.

    14. Why are you so lazy? Why do you expect me to do for you?

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