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Grammar Quick Tip: “all” and “all of”

Grammar Quick Tip: “all” and “all of”

Before a noun with a determiner, use “all of.” This means you can write: “All of the teachers are helpful.” You should not write: “All of teachers are helpful.” Before a noun with no determiner, you should use “all” This means you should write: “All teachers are helpful.” You should not write: “All of teachers …

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