Hoping someone can enlighten me, I wrote ‘Sie liest die Zeitungen alle.’ as I noticed alle was used at the end in another exercise. How come it’s wrong here? NB I’m a bit behind on the grammar lessons because I have the app & only just learnt you get more on the website! Thanks in advance.
How is it possible to read ALL the newspapers that are available in that area? She'd need to not only have a lot of money to buy every one of them, she'd also need to have nothing else to do while she read them all too! :p
Btw when we're only given a snippet of a full sentence, we can obviously only guess what is supposed to be meant.
She could read all the papers in the waiting room. All the papers her baker offers. All the papers that are written in Plattdütsch. Maybe she really reads all the papers in the world in some weird groundhog day time loop. Without context, you can't know, but the sentence says she does, so why do you argue about it that much?
Alle means all, many means viele, so if the sentence meant many they would just write viele.