How do you say, “We know everything,” versus, “We all know”? My first impulse with either is to say the same thing:

Nous savons tous.

Also, do you pronounce the s in tous in either case?


Nous savons tous means "We all know" and you pronounce the final "s".

Nous savons tout means "We know everything" and you do not pronounce the final "t".

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    Notice also that “Nous le savons tous” is more likely than “Nous savons tous”. Sep 16 '12 at 13:08
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    yes, as @Stephane says, "Nous savons tous" is usually followed by "que ...", otherwise we write “Nous le savons tous” ("we all know it")
    – Vince
    Sep 17 '12 at 9:23

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