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    all, full, whole.

    Could someome,pelase give me some examples of the use of these word?

    she read all the book in 3 days

    she read the whole book in 3 days

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    Smile Re: all, full, whole.

    She read all of the book in three days.
    She read the whole book in three days.
    I can't believe I ate the whole thing.
    He ate the whole pizza.
    She ate the whole cake.
    She ate all of the cake.
    He ate all of the ice cream.
    He ate the whole carton of ice cream.
    The glass is full.
    The pail is full of berries.


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