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    He invested

    He invested all the money in business.

    He invested all his money in business.

    Are both the sentences okay and do they convey the same meaning?

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    Re: He invested

    The meaning isn't necessarily the same- the money could refer to a specific amount that is known, but it doesn't have to be all of the money he has.

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