All or All of | English Grammar Worksheet

All is a determiner. Before a pronoun we use all of. Before a noun with a determiner (e.g. the, my, this), all and all of are both possible. Before a noun with no determiner, we use all.

Complete the following sentences using all or all of.

1. …………….. us love trekking. (All / All of)

2. ……………… children love chocolates. (All / All of)

3. ……………… that I have is yours. (All / All of)

4. Not …………….. birds can sing. (all / all of)

5. They have ……………. been invited. (all / all of)

6. ……………. them have agreed to come. (All of / All)

7. I have invited ……………… my friends to my party. (all / all of)

8. You have eaten ……………. the cake. (all / all of)

9. ……………. them have gone home. (All / All of)

10. They have …………… gone home. (all / all of)

11. We can ………….. swim. (all / all of)

12. …………… us can swim. (All / All of)

Answers

1. All of us love trekking.

2. All children love chocolates.

3. All that I have is yours.

4. Not all birds can sing.

5. They have all been invited.

6. All of them have agreed to come.

7. I have invited all / all of my friends to my party.

8. You have eaten all / all of the cake. (Before a noun with a determiner, all and all of are both possible.)

9. All of them have gone home.

10. They have all gone home.

11. We can all swim.

12. All of us can swim.

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