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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Which word: whole or all? 1

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Whole or All? | level: Advanced

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  1. I've been waiting for you my _____ life.
    a. whole
    b. all


  2. _____ my life I've been waiting for the perfect ESL teacher.
    a. Whole
    b. All


  3. The storm destroyed _____ neighborhoods of the city.
    a. all
    b. whole


  4. She spent _____ day with her new boyfriend.
    a. the whole
    b. all the


  5. The _____ time she was in France, she never bought a baguette.
    a. whole
    b. all


  6. He thinks that _____ the people in this city are poor.
    a. whole
    b. all


  7. _____ town was destroyed by the tornado.
    a. All
    b. The whole


  8. I can't believe I ate _____ salad.
    a. the all
    b. the whole


  9. I can't believe that I ate _____ strawberries.
    a. all the
    b. the whole


  10. I've traveled across _____ Germany.
    a. all of
    b. whole of
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