I equally love each and every one of them with my whole being.

jdschnieder14

Member
South Korean - South Korea
Hello,
How should I interpret the sentence "I equally love each and every one of them with my whole being."?

Suppose the word "them" in above sentence refers to a group of three people, Bob, Jane, and Tom.
Is the above sentence same as saying that "I love Bob with my whole being, I love Jane with my whole being, and I love Tom with my whole being."?

Thank you,
 
  • Parla

    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    Welcome to the forum! :)
    I equally love each and every one of them with my whole being.
    Is the above sentence same as saying that "I love Bob with my whole being, I love Jane with my whole being, and I love Tom with my whole being."?
    Yes, but the word "equally" isn't needed. If you love each of them with your whole being, that's obviously equal.
     
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