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    Smile "All is in order" or "All are in order"

    Hi,

    I would like to check which of the following sentences is correct:

    1) Please acknowledge your receipt of this email and confirm that all are in order.

    2) Please acknowledge your receipt of this email and confirm that all is in order.

    Thanks for your guidance.

    Cheers
    Amelia

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    Re: "All is in order" or "All are in order"

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi,

    I would like to check which of the following sentences is correct:

    1) Please acknowledge your receipt of this email and confirm that all are in order.

    2) Please acknowledge your receipt of this email and confirm that all is in order.

    Thanks for your guidance.

    Cheers
    Amelia
    In that sentence "all" means 'everything'.
    ...(all)(everything) is in order.

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