Are you all ready for an altogether new edition of Karen’s Conundrum? It’s probably already apparent where I’m going to be taking this, but allow me to put it all together in this post that all told will hopefully cure my all-consuming obsession with a few commonly misused words, one of which has proven to be an all-round troublemaker.
So, are you all in? All right then, let’s get this party started with an all-time favorite …
All together versus altogether
The two-word phrase “all together” simply means collectively.
We can drown out the voices in our heads if we shout all together.
“Altogether” is an adverb meaning entirely, completely, all told.
Seeking psychiatric help for the voices in our heads is a different thing altogether. Continue reading “Karen’s Conundrum – It’s ALL about …”