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What is difference between in these Italian words "tutto and Tutti" ?

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    "Tutto" significa "everything" e si usa al singolare.

    "Tutti" significa "everyone" e si usa al plurale.

    1) Tutto è andato bene. (Everything went well)

    2) Tutti sono venuti alla festa. (Everyone came to the party)

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