Everything and all mean “todo“, so when to use them?
– All: As an adjective, it is followed by plural or uncountable nouns.
Example: All the tickets were sold out immediately. OR He spilled all the soup on the table.
As a pronoun, it’s usually followed by an explanation sentence.
Example: Thanks for all you’ve done. OR All you need is love.
– Everything is a pronoun and it’s used alone. There’s no noun or complement after it.
Example: Everything went wrong. OR Thanks for everything.