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Alberto Paredes
the words "all", "everything", "everybody" and "whole" Hi. I have a doubt with these 4 words: I know those mean "todos" in Spanish but I don't know how to use them. Can you help me?
Jun 9, 2015 5:46 AM
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Hi Alberto, I'll give you some examples in English and the translation in Spanish All the children liked the film - Todos los niños les gustó la película Everything is in the house - Todo está en la casa Everybody saw him - Todo el mundo lo vio The whole class listened to the teacher - Toda la clase escuchó a la maestra Hope this helps Matt
June 9, 2015
I suggest looking them up individually instead of translating them. For example, "everybody" only refers to people. "Everything" does not.
June 9, 2015
Alberto Paredes
Language Skills
English, Portuguese, Spanish
Learning Language
English, Portuguese