“Whole” in a Sentence (with Audio)

Examples of how to use the word “whole” in a sentence. How to connect “whole” with other words to make correct English sentences.

whole (adj, n): complete or not divided; a complete thing

Use “whole” in a sentence

They’re not sure they could provide accommodation for the whole group.
He shamed his whole family by his conduct.
You can see the whole city from this hill.
There is only one store on the whole island.
From this position you can see the whole city.
My whole body is sore.
My whole body is sore.
I will support you whole-heartedly.
I read the whole book in one day.

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