快速辨析:all, everybody/everyone

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內容簡介

單詞 「all」 和 「everybody/everyone」 都可以用來指 「一群人當中的所有人」,但它們的用法可不一樣!「All」 可以不加主語單獨使用嗎?主持人 Sam 通過一組簡單易懂的例句對比 「all」 和 「everybody/everyone」 在談論人時的區別。

文字稿

Hello, I’m Sam from BBC Learning English, and today we’re going to look at the difference between all and everybody or everyone, when talking about people.

In both cases, we’re talking about a group of people and the meaning is simple. They both mean 『100% of the group’. But, how we use them in a sentence is slightly different.

Let’s look at these examples: I invited some friends to a party this weekend. They all came! Everybody came!

So, in the first example, we have the subject + all + the main verb. It’s not correct to say 『all came’ without using the subject 『they’ before all.

But, if you want to make the sentence shorter, you can use everybody or everyone as the subject of the sentence – so, everybody + main verb.

用法總結

1. 用 「all」 來指代 「一群人當中的全部」 時,常用結構是 「主語 + all + 主要動詞」。注意,這裡的主語不能省略。

  • I invited some friends to a party this weekend. They all came!
  • We all went home after the class.
  • We all know this.

2. 用 「everybody」 或者 「everyone」 來指代 「一群人當中的每個人」 時,常用結構是 「everybody/everyone + 主要動詞」。「Everybody/everyone」 可以直接充當主語使用。

  • I invited some friends to a party this weekend. Everybody came!
  • Everybody went home after the class.
  • Everyone knows this.