I have the following sentence:

If all goes well, I'll graduate in June.

Is it correct? I have never heard the words "all goes well" before. Maybe "everything goes well" would be better choice?


"If all goes well" is way more common than "if everything goes well", due to its idiomatic use. Usually, it would be better to say "everything", but it's part of a set phrase. If you'd like to use "everything, it might be better as "If everything goes according to plan". Or "If everything goes perfectly".

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