Quantity and Degree Words. Section 9. All, almost all of, most of and some of. All. Almost all of. Most of. Some of. All the computers are new. All + the + Plural-countable noun All the water is in the glass. All + the + uncountable noun All of them are here.
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Almost all of
All+ the +Plural-countable noun
Allthewater is in the glass.
All+ the + uncountable noun
Allof them are here.
All+ of+ pronoun
Every+ singular countable N.+ singular V.
Every student = All the students
Every + singular N. = All +the+ plural N.
So, We DON’T use every with plural nouns , uncountable nouns or pronouns.
Comes before adjectives
------very + Adj.
It adds emphasis.
It makes the word that comes
after it stronger.
It’s toocold to stay outside.
It shows that there is a problem.
(We cannot stay outside)
To talk about quantities
too many+ plural countable noun
I have too much homework.
too much+ uncountable noun
too+ Adj. + infinitive
too + Adj. + for + pronoun + infinitive
This book is toodifficultforAli to read.
too + Adj. + for + noun + infinitive
It has a positive meaning.
It means something is possible.
He is old enough to drive.
It has a negative meaning.
It means something is not possible.
He is not old enough to drive.
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