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Wat is het verschil tussen al, alle en alles

 

Ik weet dat "al" soms ook is gebruiken voor "already", maar waneer het is als "all" gebruiken, dan wat is het verschil tussen "al", "alle" en "alles"?

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    I don't understand the middle part of your sentence. In any case, here is a rough outline of meaning of al, alle, alles and allen.

    al: already
    al deze: all these
    al die: all those
    alle: all (as an adjective)
    alle mensen: "all people"
    alles: everything
    allen: all (as a noun, typically can only refer to people)
    een voor allen, allen for een: one for all, all for one

    al = already
    alle = all
    alles = everything

    Examples:

    Ik heb haar al gebeld = I already called her.
    Ik heb alle kleren gewassen = I washed all the clothes.
    Ik heb alles gehoord = I heard everything.

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