In this English grammar lesson you will learn how we use all, each and every, and the whole.
all + plural and uncountable nouns
All (of) my cousins live in Australia. (3 or more)
All (of) the milk has been drunk.
each and every + singular noun
Each (one) (of them) lives in a different city. (two or more cousins)
Every cousin is married. (three or more)
Every one of my cousins is married. (three or more)
(the/my) whole + singular countable noun
The whole class went to the zoo.
My whole family has blue eyes.
He has lived in Spain his whole life.
She spend her whole holidays in Greece.
the whole of + singular countable noun
The whole of my family has blue eyes.
She spent the whole of her holidays in Greece.
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