"Everything is all good"


"Everything is all good." One of the reasons it is not easy to learn English is that although sentence structures are the same, speech parts can be various. And I think that this is also one of the controversial issues among people. What is the speech part of "all" in the sentence. I think we can see it as both of a pronoun and an adverb meaning completely, but I prefer to see it as a pronoun that is equal to "everything" like "They are all students or We are all happy." What do you native English speakers think about it? Thank you so much as usual in advance and have a good day.

edited Aug 19 '12 at 08:59 Hans Contributor

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