'Tudo' is always singular and that's its only form. "All is fine", "Tudo está bem".Serby wrote:tudo/todo
Ugh, so tricky, especially the first one. but now when I think, one of tudo/todo doesn't have plural, right? maybe I could learn it that way!
'Todo' does have a plural form and a feminine form. Todo(s) and Toda(s).
"I broke all my dishes", "Eu parti os meus pratos todos", 'pratos' is plural and masculine, therefore you use 'todos'.
"The girl ate the entire pie", "A rapariga (or menina in Brazil) comeu a tarte toda", 'tarte' is singular and feminine, so you use 'toda'.
Even though, 'tudo' and 'todo(s)/toda(s)' mean 'all', they're used in different cases.