The words every & all are used as determiners before a noun. However, the way we used these two words is different. For today’s English lesson, let’s check out how every & all can be used in everyday English conversation and writing.
Here are the example sentences:
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- Every film by Humphrey Bogart is a classic.
- Every report he writes is quite interesting to read.
- Every glass in that cabinet has a crack or chip.
- All films have a musical soundtrack.
- All of the films by Steven Spielberg are exciting.
- All glasses are delicate, and need to be handled with care.
- All of the glasses in that cabinet have a crack or chip.
Note the difference between every + [time] and all + [time]:
- Every morning I eat yogurt and cereal.
- I work hard all morning.
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