Questions tagged with all

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please find adjective word
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone begins with Harry Potter, a shy and self-doubting boy wizard being brought up by ...
all 0 votes, asked May 27 by Maurya
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using "all" as an adverb and an adjective
My question is: how do we use the word all as an adjective and as an adverb? When I looked ...
the Word all +2 votes, asked Sep 20 '15 by Phoebe
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Hi Which is correct? Question : All ____________ studying in the room when the doorbell rang. Answer : (a) was ...
all 0 votes, asked Jul 20 '15 by Glenn Tan
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To (all) those who...
Is this sentence (from the book 'Java in a Nutshell, 6th edition') grammatically correct? This book is dedicated to all ...
all those +1 vote, edited Jun 15 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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It's all new to me!
Hi there! What does the following sentence mean? It's all new to me! Does it mean 'All of it is ...
all +1 vote, asked Jun 11 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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In the absence of 'all' or 'some'
If you say 'politicians are corrupt' without prefacing it with 'all' or 'some', is it reasonable to assume the meaning ...
all some 0 votes, asked Feb 21 '15 by mcjr
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All, every, each
Which is correct: I edit all books and magazines I read, or I edit every book and magazine I read, ...
all every each 0 votes, asked Dec 16 '14 by Tracey Barnes
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All right and Alright... Part 2
This is my second question with Alright and All right. Like a follow-up question. So alright is a word, my ...
all right alright +1 vote, asked Aug 30 '13 by Lina Newbride
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Alright OR Allright- I hope that I am right!
Help me settle an argument with my know-it-all boyfriend. He is not really all that good at writing either so ...
all alright right spell spelling 0 votes, asked Aug 25 '13 by Lina Newbride
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Which is correct--have or had?
I'm stumped. Does the "all of which" refer back to the singular "inner world" or to the list: "thoughts, beliefs," ...
all singular plural 0 votes, asked Apr 25 '12 by Peggy
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