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How to say “all” in French? “Tout”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “tout” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on all in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “All”

French sentence with “tout” English translation for tout S

Merci pour tout.

Thanks for everything.

Vous pouvez réaliser tout ce que vous voulez

You can achieve anything you want to. (formal)

J’étais allongé tout le matin

I was lying down all morning

Ricky a été surpris que vous ayez tout mangé.

Ricky was surprised you ate everything.

Je vous le demande tout de suite.

I demand it of you right now.

Ana, suggère que tu finisse tout le devoir

Ana suggests that you all finish the homework

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Tips to remember the French word “tout”:
– Associate “tout” with “total” to remember that it refers to “all” or “every”.
– It’s phonetically similar to “too,” which can imply excess or all-encompassing in English.
– Think of “tout le monde” which means “everyone” – “tout” encompasses every person.

– “Tout” is an adjective, pronoun, or adverb depending on usage.
– As an adjective, it agrees in gender and number with the noun it modifies (e.g., tout, toute, tous, toutes).
– As a pronoun, it may stand in for a previously mentioned noun or idea.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Tous” (all, referring to masculine plural nouns or groups)
– “Toutes” (all, referring to feminine plural nouns or groups)
– “Chaque” (each, every, for singular nouns)
– “Toute” (feminine singular of tout)

Alternate meanings like slang:
– As slang, “tout” can suggest something is obvious or known, as in “C’est tout” meaning “That’s it” or “That’s obvious.”
– In colloquial speech, “tout” is often used to emphasize, akin to “really” or “very,” such as “C’est tout bon” meaning “It’s all good.”

Examples of sentences that use “tout”:
– “Tout est possible.” — Everything is possible.
– “Il a mangé tout le gâteau.” — He ate the whole cake.
– “Tout le monde est ici.” — Everyone is here.
– “Elle est tout excitée pour le voyage.” — She is all excited for the trip.
– “Tout bien considéré, c’est une bonne décision.” — All things considered, it’s a good decision.

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