matthau wrote:What is the correct way of saying:
the whole of Europe,
matthau wrote:Thank you very much, Jasminade.
I want to check if I got everything right.
1. 'The whole of Europe' is about 'territory'.
e.g. The whole of Europe is covered with snow.
2. 'All of Europe' is about 'people'
e.g. All of Europe are worried about global warming.
3. 'Whole Europe' is incorrect. 'The whole Europe' also?
My students delve into every detail. They won't let you go until you've dotted all the i's and crossed all the t's.
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