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Use of 'tất cả'

Use of 'tất cả'

Short explanation:

Used to refer to 'all' or 'every'

Formation:

tất cả + noun

Examples:

Tôi yêu tất cả các loại hoa. Chúng đều rất đẹp và tự nhiên.
I love all kinds of flowers. They are very beautiful and natural.
Tất cả mọi người đều biết cha tôi là một người rất tốt.
Everyone knows my father is a very good man.
Tất cả sinh viên đều phải học tiếng Anh một cách bắt buộc.
All students must learn English compulsorily.
Tôi đã dùng tất cả tiền mình có để mua căn nhà này.
I used all the money I had to buy this house.

Long explanation:

The Vietnamese term 'tất cả' is used to refer to the entirety or completeness of something. It corresponds to 'all' or 'every' in English. This phrase is typically used to make generalizations or to encapsulate a group, category, or a total quantity.
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