EXPRESSIONS WITH 'ALL'-2
EXPRESSIONS WITH 'ALL'-2: meaning and examples
Today we continue looking at expressions with the English word all.
Today's first expression is: of all the... (informal)
Meaning: used to express anger.
I just locked my keys inside the car. Of all the stupid things to do! Now I'm going to have to call a locksmith to open it.
Today's second expression is: (not) at all (informal)
Meaning: in any way; to any degree
I didn't enjoy the film at all.
She is not at all friendly to her ex-husband.
Not at all can also be used as a polite reply to an expression of thanks. In this case it means the same as you're welcome (de nada).
Elisabeth: Thank you very much for your help John.
John: not at all. It was my pleasure.
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