I would be grateful if you told me which one and when is more useful, or you may suggest any other option. Which of them is wrong to use?
1. all of the people
2. all of people
3. all people
4. people all
"I would be grateful if you told me which one is ok?"
Would you please tell me why 'told' is wrong here?
Which option do you suggest for starting a sentence?
1. All of the people were there,
2. All people were there,
3. People all were there,
Which option do you suggest for ending a sentence?
1. I saw all of the people,
2. I saw all people,
3. I saw people all,
Thank you teacher,
CAUTION: NOT A TEACHER
I thought that you would like this famous quotation from our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, who, you will remember, was the president during our horrific Civil War (1861 - 1865):
"You can fool some of the people all of the time and all of the people some of the
time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time."