all + noun

‘all’ is a predeterminer which means that it comes before central and post determiners if there are any.  For example: ‘all the people’.   In this post, we look at “all” in a short noun phrase. 1 ALL DAY 276848 2 ALL THINGS 219082 3 ALL KINDS 209290 4 ALL TIMES 197318 5 ALL TIME …

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codes

There are a few types of codes used on this site. The first is Regex related to Claws 7. As much as we try to share them online in a way that can be easily copied and pasted, quite annoyingly, “WordPress” doesn’t like to leave them as they appear. \w+_ The backslash “\“, in particular, …

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almost all & very few

Point 51 in the category of adverbs/phrases is defined as: degree adverbs (‘almost’, ‘very’) to modify determiners. Adverbs phrases can be put together with degree adverbs such as “almost” and “very” to modify determiners, such as “all” and “few”. *.[RR] *.[DB] After removing a few unrelated results to the intention of finding degrees, the search …

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