“Are you all doing your homework?” is translated, “Vous faites tous vos devoirs?”
How to say, “Are you doing all your homework?“ Different meaning. Tx.
I believe "Are you doing all your homework?" would also be written "Vous faites tous vos devoirs?" Which way to translate from French to English might depend on context. Interestingly, I think the ambiguity goes away when the French words are spoken: if you pronounce the s in "tous", you mean "Are you all doing your homework"; if you don't, you mean "Are you doing all your homework."
Vous faitez tous vos devoirs?
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