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felixanta
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1. Both arrived at the same time.
2. We both knew what was going to happen.
3. Both of them drank from the same bottle.
4. Both girls looked American.
5. I'll buy both of them, please.
6. Both of you are very young.
7. Both (of the) girls were very pretty.
8. She speaks both, English and French.
9. Both (the) cats were sitting in the sun.
10. Both (of the) pianos need tuning.
11. She does both, sing and play the piano.
12. Both Peter and his brother arrived late.
13. Both (of the) tables were made of wood.
14. Both (of the) rooms need painting.
15. Both (of the) planets are very similar.
16. He has done both, telephone and write.
17. Both, Mike and his brother got married at the same time.
18. We both like beer.
19. Both children have been in Paris.
20. Both the church and the cathedral were beautiful.
21. We are all very tired/All of us are very tired.
22. We sent them all/We sent all of them.
23. You are all wrong/All of you are wrong.
24. They are all bad/All of them are bad.
25. It is all very expensive/All of it is very expensive.
26. They are all right/All of them are right.
27. They are all pretty/All of them are pretty.
28. All of these are for you/These are all for you.
29. We are all/All of us are with you.
30. All the children knew the lesson.
31. They all knew the lesson/all of them knew the lesson.
32. We all drank the whisky/All of us drank the whisky.
33. They all enjoyed the party/All of them enjoyed the party.
34. They are all here/All of them are here.
35. We bought them all/We bought all of them.
36. They were all thirsty/All of them were thirsty.
37. I drank it all/I drank all of it.
38. We ate them all/We ate all of them.
39. All the village came out to welcome us.
40. They all came to work late.

Recordings

  • 31 - Both, all ( recorded by _undertoad ), American English (Pacific Northwest)

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  • 31 - Both, all ( recorded by David_B ), American (Midwest)

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    1. Both arrived at the same time.
    2. We both knew what was going to happen.
    3. Both of them drank from the same bottle.
    4. Both girls looked American.
    5. I'll buy both of them, please.
    6. Both of you are very young.
    7. Both (of the) girls were very pretty.
    8. She speaks both English and French.
    9. Both (the) cats were sitting in the sun.
    10. Both (of the) pianos need tuning.
    11. She does both, sing and play the piano.
    12. Both Peter and his brother arrived late.
    13. Both (of the) tables were made of wood.
    14. Both (of the) rooms need painting.
    15. Both (of the) planets are very similar.
    16. He has done both, telephone and write.
    17. Both Mike and his brother got married at the same time.
    18. We both like beer.
    19. Both children have been in Paris.
    20. Both the church and the cathedral were beautiful.
    21. We are all very tired/All of us are very tired.
    22. We sent them all/We sent all of them.
    23. You are all wrong/All of you are wrong.
    24. They are all bad/All of them are bad.
    25. It is all very expensive/All of it is very expensive.
    26. They are all right/All of them are right.
    27. They are all pretty/All of them are pretty.
    28. All of these are for you/These are all for you.
    29. We are all/All of us are with you.
    30. All the children knew the lesson.
    31. They all knew the lesson/all of them knew the lesson.
    32. We all drank the whisky/All of us drank the whisky.
    33. They all enjoyed the party/All of them enjoyed the party.
    34. They are all here/All of them are here.
    35. We bought them all/We bought all of them.
    36. They were all thirsty/All of them were thirsty.
    37. I drank it all/I drank all of it.
    38. We ate them all/We ate all of them.
    39. All the village came out to welcome us.
    40. They all came to work late.

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