Today, let’s take a look at some different words that we use together with the word “all”:
Nowadays, we use all of with object pronouns (me, you, him, her, us, them, it). When we use all with nouns we don’t need to use of.
of my friends are coming over today.
All the time
All the time has the same meaning as Always. The difference is where you need to use it in your sentences
We use at all mostly in negative sentences when we want to emphasize some things.
At all times
At all times is a more formal way of saying always. I mostly hear it in instructions, rules or laws.
Go all out
to go all out means to do your best to get something.
We’ll go all out to protect our families.
Of all time
Of all time is used with superlatives when we talk about the best, greatest, favourite people or things regardless of their age.
Now that we’ve taken a quick look at these expressions, let’s practice them!
I’ve recently traveled to another country by plane. I am no fan of flying, I really get nervous before a flight and I forget something when going through customs all the time. This time, I almost forgot my passport, you can imagine how awkward it was for me. What about you? Let us know in the comments what you forget all the time and see you next week! 🙂