All vs. Every | Class 6 Grammar Worksheet

Fill in the blanks with all or every.

Notes

Use all with plural nouns. It is followed by a plural verb.
Use every with singular nouns. It is followed by a singular verb.

There is a difference between everyday and every day. Everyday means commonplace or ordinary.

1. I call my mother …………………………. (every day / everyday/ all day)

2. Buses leave …………………………….. 15 minutes. (all / every)

3. I was out ……………………………. day yesterday. (all / every)

4. I answered almost ………………………….. questions. (all / every)

5. I have invited ……………………………. friend I have. (all / every)

6. …………………………… child is unique. (Every / All)

7. I faced ………………………….. sorts of problems when I tried to launch my business. (all / every)

8. I have seen ……………………………. his movies. (all / every)

9. I have seen ……………………………. film he has acted in. (all / every)

10. That is ………………………… for now. (all / every / whole)

11. The puzzle took me …………………………… day to solve. (all / every)

Answers

1. I call my mother every day.

2. Buses leave every 15 minutes.

3. I was out all day yesterday.

4. I answered almost all questions.

5. I have invited every friend I have.

6. Every child is unique.

7. I faced all sorts of problems when I tried to launch my business.

8. I have seen all his movies.

9. I have seen every film he has acted in.

10. That is all for now.

11. The puzzle took me all day to solve.

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