An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (the totality of)
a. all
Todas mis primas tienen los ojos azules. Yo soy la única con ojos verdes.All my cousins have blue eyes. I'm the only with green eyes.
b. all of
Yo he visto todas las películas de Martin Scorsese. Es mi director favorito.I've seen all of Martin Scorsese's movies. He's my favorite director.
c. the whole of
Todas las exportaciones del pequeño país pertenecen al sector minero.The whole of the country's exports belong to the mining sector.
2. (plural) (each)
a. every
Todas las semanas me reúno con mi jefe para discutir el progreso del equipo.Every week I meet with my boss to discuss the team's progress.
A pronoun is a word that stands in for a noun (e.g. she).
3. (feminine) (plural) (the totality)
a. all
¿Cuál cartera te gusta más? - Me gustan todas, para ser honesta.Which purse do you like the most? - I like them all, to be honest.
b. all of them
¿Ya conociste a mis compañeras de trabajo? - A algunas sí, pero no a todas.Have you met my coworkers yet? - I've met some, but not all of them.
c. everyone (singular) (people)
¿Las amigas de Clara fueron a la boda? - Claro. Todas estaban ahí.Did Clara's friends go to the wedding? - Of course. Everyone was there.
d. everybody (singular) (people)
¿Ya están todas en el carro? - No. Falta Marta.Is everybody in the car? - No. We're missing Marta.
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