Altogether vs All Together


"Altogether" and "all together" can be confusing as they almost sound and look the same; however, they have different meanings.
Let's go all together.
I stopped working altogether.

Other Vocabulary:
Lie vs Lay
All vs Whole
See vs Watch vs Look
Dead vs Death vs Died
Accept vs Except vs Expect
Altogether vs All Together
Fit or Suit
Affect or Effect
Advice vs Advise
Similar English Words



All Together


It's a phrase meaning "everyone or everything in the group".

For example:

• We all together gathered in the garden for the graduation ceremony.
• The teacher wanted us to solve the problem all together collectively.
• It’s time for us to work all together to prevent the spread of the disease.


Altogether


It's an adverb meaning "wholly, completely".

For example:

• The movie was altogether terrifying.
• What he said was altogether ridiculous.
• The total amount I spent on my vacation was more than a thousand dollars altogether.


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