Adjetivo y pronombre

Todo is a very common and versatile word in Spanish. It can be used as an adjective or as a pronoun.

Like other Spanish adjectives and pronouns, todo has different forms to agree in gender and number with the noun it modifies or replaces:

  singular plural
masculine   todo todos
feminine   toda todas

Todo is usually followed by a definite article or possessive adjective + noun and means things like "all," "every," or "the whole."

Todos los libros   All the books / Every book
Todo el mundo   Everyone (lit. "all the world")
Toda la clase   The whole class
Todas las chicas   Every girl / All the girls
Todos los días   Every day
Todos mis perros   All my dogs

When todo is used as a pronoun, it means "everyone" or "everything."

Todo es importante.   Everything is important.
Todos estudian.   Everyone is studying.
¡Quiero comprar todo!   I want to buy everything!

Test: Todo

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