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could anyone please tell me the difference between the two following sentencess? And which one is grammatical?

1- All the children in the world are different. And they love everyone unconditionally .

2- All children in the world are different. And they love everyone unconditionally .

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  • Both are grammatical. There is no difference in meaning. – John Lawler Feb 23 '18 at 21:29
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    Are you only interested in the difference between all the children and all children, as the body of your question asks? Or are you interested in the difference between all and all the, as your question title asks? – AmE speaker Feb 23 '18 at 22:41
  • @user1284969632635 Actually I know a little bit about the difference between "All" and "All the". I want to know the difference between "all the children" and "all children" in the given context. – user282192 Feb 24 '18 at 9:34

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