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  1. emre_t
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    Unhappy usage "the"

    I don't know what's the difference between "She slept all night." "...all the night." "...all of night." "... all of the night." Or are there any differences between them? If you explain it I'll be really happy. Thanks very much for your attention :) Lots of Love

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    Quote Originally Posted by emre_t View Post
    I don't know what's the difference between "She slept all night." "...all the night." "...all of night." "... all of the night." Or are there any differences between them? If you explain it I'll be really happy. Thanks very much for your attention :) Lots of Love
    As far as I know, there's no need to use the with all morning/afternoon/evening/night. If you use it, it means the same.

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