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Definición de “all good things (must) come to an end” en inglés

all good things (must) come to an end

saying
said when you accept that even enjoyable experiences cannot last for ever: It's been a fantastic couple of weeks but all good things must come to an end.Causing something to endComing to an end Gramática:AllSee moreGramática:All as a determinerAll means ‘every one’, ‘the complete number or amount’ or ‘the whole’. We use it most often as a determiner. We can use a countable noun or an uncountable noun after it:See moreGramática:All with no articleWhen all refers to a whole class of people or things, we don’t use the:See moreGramática:All ofWe use all of before personal pronouns (us, them), demonstrative pronouns (this, that, these, those) and relative pronouns (whom, which). The personal pronoun is in the object form:See moreGramática:All without ofWe use all, not all of, before indefinite plural nouns referring to a whole class of people or things:See moreGramática:All with personal pronounsWhen all refers to a personal pronoun which is the object in a clause, we can use pronoun + all or all of + pronoun. The pronoun is in the object form:See moreGramática:All as a pronounWe can use all alone as a pronoun in formal situations:See moreGramática:All as an adverbWhen all refers to the subject of a clause, it usually comes in the normal mid position for adverbs (between the subject and the main verb, or after the modal verb or first auxiliary verb, or after be as a main verb):See moreGramática:All meaning ‘completely’ or ‘extremely’We can also use all as an adverb meaning ‘completely’ or ‘extremely’, especially in informal styles:See moreGramática:All: not allWe can make all negative by using not in front of it:See moreGramática:All: after allWe use after all in two main ways. We use it to mean ‘in spite of what happened before’. With this meaning it usually occurs in end position:See moreGramática:All or every?All and every are determiners.See moreGramática:All and every + nounsThe meaning of all and every is very similar but we use them in different ways. We use all with plural and uncountable nouns and every with singular nouns:See moreGramática:All (of) theWe can use all and all of before articles (the, a/an), demonstratives (this, that) and possessives (our, his) but we can’t use every before them:See moreGramática:All day, every dayWe use all day, all week, all month to mean ‘one entire day/week/month’:See moreGramática:All or every: typical errorsSee moreGramática:All or whole?All and whole are determiners.See moreGramática:All or whole for single entitiesWe use the whole or the whole of to refer to complete single things and events that are countable and defined:See moreGramática:All the with uncountable nounsWe use all the and not the whole with uncountable nouns:See moreGramática:All and whole with plural nounsWe usually use all the and all of the with plural nouns:See moreGramática:All and whole: typical errorsSee more
(Definition of all good things (must) come to an end from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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