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‘except’ or ‘except for’?

We use except for before noun phrases. Example: The classroom was empty except for a little boy at the back of the room. We also often use except (for) after generalizing words like all, any, every, no, everything, anybody, nowhere, nobody, whole.  Example: He ate everything on his plate except (for) the spinach. Nobody came … Continue reading

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