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I'm Sam, and today we are looking at the difference
between every time and all the time.
We use all the time to talk about something that
always or usually happens.
For example, many people think that:
In the UK, it rains all the time.
And yes, it does rain a lot.
We use every time, when we are talking about
each individual time something happens.
For example:
Every time I go to the beach, it rains.
We don't know how often I go to the beach, but
each individual time I go, it rains.
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Learn the difference between 'every time' and 'all the time'

3490 Folder Collection
Evangeline published on August 21, 2018
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