Study the information about all, every, whole.
1. We don’t use all when we mean everyone/everybody.

Everyone liked the party.
But we can say: all of us/you/them.

All of us liked the hotel.
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2. Sometimes you can use all or everything.

I will do all.

I will do everything.

You can use ‘all about’.

He knows all about politics.
3. Every, everybody, everyone, everything are singular words, you should use a singular verb.

Every seat in the theatre was taken.

4. Whole means ‘complete, entire’.

We often use whole with singular nouns.

Sam has lived his whole life in Scotland.
5. We use very to say how often something happens (every day, month, week).

The service is excellent. There’s a bus every ten minutes.

6. Remember!

All day and the whole day in the meaning ‘ the complete day from beginning to end’.
They spent all day/ the whole day on the beach.
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7. Remember!

All the time and every time.
They never go out. They are at home all the time. (always)

Every time we meet, you look wonderful. (each time, occasion)
Raymond Murphy. English Grammar in Use- Cambridge: CUP, 379p.