emplty all of the glasses
Pour all of the water out of (all of) the glasses.
Empty all of the glasses.
I never come across the sentences like above in my life.
If I was wrote the sentences, I would write like the following :
(1) pour all the water from the glasses.
(2) Empty all the glasses.
The original sentences has the preposition (of) in a confused manner to me.
Could you explain me in what way the preposition `of' is used here? or give me some examples with the same kind.
Re: emplty all of the glasses
They're correct with 'of' and without. If you had 'none', though you would have to say 'none of the water', not 'none water'.
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