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Welcome to the final lesson in compound words. If you remember, we have studied compound words with “some”, compound words with “no”, compound words with “any” and now we will learn how to use compound words with “every”.
This lesson can be found on the ABA English Course Unit 100 “Prince Charming”. Plus, you will also find speaking exercises, writing exercises, vocabulary exercises and more.
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Compound nouns with “every”
We use compound nouns with the word “every” to refer to all things, all places or every person.
Everything = all things
Everywhere = all places
Everyone (and everybody) = all people
The words “everyone” and “everybody” have the same meaning.
“I love everything in that shop!”
“Their house is like a zoo, there are animals everywhere”
“Helen invited everyone to her party”
“Everybody loves strawberries and cream”
You are FANTASTIC! Now you know all about compound words using “every”.
In Unit 100 “Prince Charming”, you will meet Molly and Christine. Find out Molly’s advice to help Christine find the perfect man!
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