All Together vs. Altogether

    Jeevan Sivasubramaniam Posted by Jeevan Sivasubramaniam, Managing Director, Editorial, Berrett-Koehler Publishers Inc.

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    All Together vs. Altogether

    Altogether means "to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent."

    So an example would be, "This is an altogether new approach."

    All together means "all at the same time."

    So an example would be, "Let's say 'Yes!' all together."


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