This quiz is no longer functioning. Please use it for reference purposes only.1. All together are two words that mean that everybody or everything is in a group.
We went all together to the bowling party so that we would need to drive only one car.
2. Altogether is an adverb that means completely or on the whole.
The study of logic is altogether appropriate in a critical reading course.
Answer the questions below and then click "submit" to send your answers.
QuizMaker 2.0 for QuizServer © 1998 University of Hawaii. Developed for the University of Hawaii Office of Technology Transfer and Economic Development in cooperation with Maui Community College. All rights reserved. Any copying, distribution, or preparation of derivative works is strictly prohibited.