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Tuesday the 23th of October, 2018
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Good morning, Daily Vitamin readers!

This week, we are looking at often-confused words. Today we are looking at ALL TOGETHER vs. ALTOGETHER.

Definition of ALL TOGETHER: This is a phrase that means "in a group."

Example 1: Can I get one photo of the family all together?

Example 2: I love it when my family is all together for dinner. 

Definition of ALTOGETHER: This is an adverb meaning completely or entirely. 

Example 3: It seems like he was altogether unprepared for his presentation. 

Example 4: We were altogether impressed with her performance. 

That's all for today. We will see you tomorrow for a comparison of PLOUGH and PLOW.