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18 September 2018
"On regardait les lucioles, et soudain elles ont toutes disparu.+
Is it necessary to use "toutes" in this sentence, or can one just say "...et soudain elles ont disparu? Does it change the meaning somehow?
This relates to:Tout, tous, toute, toutes = Everything, all (of them), the whole -
19 September 2018
Yes, you can omit toutes, but the statement would be weakened. Toutes insists that all the fireflies disappeared.
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