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1. 'the whole of' and 'whole'
"When you talk about the whole of something, you mean all of it.
We were there for the whole of July.
I felt pain throughout the whole of my body.
Instead of using the whole of in front of a noun phrase beginning with the, you can simply use whole after the. For example, instead of saying 'The whole of the house was on fire', you can say 'The whole house was on fire'."