One-Point English Lesson: All/All of, Some/Some of, etc

Michael Grammar 2 Comments

#1 You can use these words All / some / any / most / much / many / little / few + a plural or uncountable noun

  • All cars have four wheels.
  • Some people have short hair.
  • I don’t have any time for lunch today.
  • Most dogs are very friendly.
  • There were many tourists in Times Square.

#2 You can use these words All / some / any / most / much / many / little / few + of. When you use of with these words, you must use a determiner such as the, these, my, his, Jim’s, etc

  • All of the cars in this parking lot are clean.
  • Some of the people in this office have short hair.
  • I like cupcakes, so I’ll take any of those cupcakes for dessert.
  • Most of the dogs in this park are very friendly
  • Many of the tourists in Times Square are from a foreign country.

*You can not use these words All / some / any / most / much / many / little / few + of + a noun

  • Most of people ~
  • Some of Americans ~

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