Improve Your English in 3 Minutes With This Tip
I hear it ALL the time. My students use “<em>all” </em>incorrectly. I’m so used to it, sometimes I don’t even notice. But today during one of my classes I noticed the mistake and I decided to investigate why this is so hard for English language learners. It turns out that it is actually quite complex, grammatically speaking. Do you say <em>all my things</em> or <em>all her life</em>? If yes, you can learn to use<em> </em><em>everything</em> and <em>whole</em> and instantly sound more fluent in English. Watch the video for the rules and explanation.
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