What kind of adjective is all?
An indefinite adjective describes or modifies a noun unspecifically. They provide indefinite/unspecific information about the noun. The common indefinite adjectives are few, many, much, most, all, any, each, every, either, nobody, several, some, etc.
What kind of word is all and every?
Is all a preposition word?
What is the word all in grammar?
All means ‘every one’, ‘the complete number or amount’ or ‘the whole’. We use it most often as a determiner. We can use a countable noun or an uncountable noun after it: All my friends are away at university.
Is all a noun or adjective?
Is all plural or singular grammar?
Is all a singular noun?
Is all or are all?
Is all a quantitative adjective?
Is all a plural pronoun?
Is all considered plural?
Is all of correct?
Is everyone a singular pronoun?
Which form of verb is used with all?
Is all or all correct?
How do you use all?
- All the people in the room were silent.
- All of the birds flew away.
- Have you eaten all the bread?
- I will need all of the sugar.
- I’ve invited all my friends to the party.
- I’ve used up all of our eggs.
- You wasted all your time.