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Qualcosa è successo.

Something happened.

Tutto è in ordine.

Everything is in order.

Qualcuno ha telefonato.

Someone called.

Tutti sono venuti alla festa.

Everyone came to the party.

Ho mangiato qualcosa.

I ate something.

Ho fatto tutto.

I did everything.

Ho visto qualcuno.

I saw someone.

Ho invitato tutti.

I invited someone.

Qualcuno and tutti can also be indirect object of verb.

Ho parlato con qualcuno. Ho risposto a tutti.

To express something to + verb, use qualcosa + da+ infinitive.

qualcosa da mangiare, qualcosa da bere, qualcosa da fare

The opposite, nothing to + verb, is expressed with niente.

niente da mangiare, niente da bere, niente da fare

To express equivalent of all (the)+ noun use tutto/a/i/e + article + noun. Tutto functions ike an adjective and agrees in gender and number with the noun that it modifies, so it has four forms.

Tutto il giorno-all day. Tutti i giorni- every day (literally, all the days). Tutta la pizza-all the pizza. Tutte le ragazze-all the girls.

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