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    • Join Date: Jan 2007
    • Posts: 1,740
    #1

    at all

    I am always confused with the use of `at all' in English.

    Let's say,
    No problem at all.
    I don't have money at all.


    Could you explain the usage of `at all' in English sentences?

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    • Join Date: Aug 2004
    • Posts: 602
    #2

    Re: at all

    "at all" emphasize that it isn't a problem or that you haven't got any money. It makes the expression stronger.

    Best wishes,
    Dany

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