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    #1

    All of the pie vs All of the pies

    What's the different between "All of the pie" and "All of the pies" ?

    I can't distinguish them.

    Thanks a lot.

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    #2

    Re: All of the pie vs All of the pies

    Can you work out the difference between 'pie' and 'pies'?

    (Compare the French tarte and tartes.)

    Note: you mean 'What's the difference between...'

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