Q. When do you use the words ‘all together’ and when is the word ‘altogether’ more appropriate?
A. ‘All together’ means everyone or everything together. For example:
We’ll tackle this problem all together.
‘Altogether’ is an adverb and means entirely/all in all/completely. For example:
Altogether, I have fifty-seven handbags in my wardrobe.
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