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All & Whole - Confusing Words



Whole – is used when referring to one object/thing

  • I want the whole cake.
  • My father is going to pay the whole phone bill on Monday.
  • The girls read the whole book.
  • My dog ate the whole chicken.

All – it is used when referring to 2 or more objects or people

  • I want all the cakes.
  • My father is going to pay all the phone bills on Monday.
  • The girls read the all the books.
  • I really love all my dogs.

Ad & Add

Advice & Advise

A Few & A Little

As & Because

Accept & Except

Affect & Effect

Across & Along

Alike & Like

AFew - ALittle - Few - Little

Alot & A lot

As & When

All & Very

All & Whole

Aloud & Allowed

Always & All Ways

Above & Over

Am & PM

Asure & Sure

Another - Other - The Other

Ate & Eight

Afraid - Frighten - Scared

Alike & Similar