Difference between “All together” and “Altogether”


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Now, let’s get started on today’s topic “Difference between “All together” and “Altogether”!

The term “All together” and “Altogether” can be confusing in English. They are homophones having same sound but different meaning.

Altogether is an adverb meaning “completely”, “entirely”


– It cost over a thousand dollars altogether

– Altogether Mark earns more than his cousin


All together is a phrase meaning “in a group”. It means everyone or everything together.


– The last time we were all together was in 1997.

– Put the bills all together on the desk

– I want you to sing all together


I hope you’ll be able to differentiate the two henceforth. Please do feel free to contact me or drop comments below if you do have any questions. Thank you and God Bless!


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