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Which one is correct:

  1. All page should look good
  2. All pages should looks good
  3. All page should looking good.

Please help me. I am confused of those sentences.

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    You don’t even tell us what you’re trying to say. You should elaborate more and improve this question. – J.R. Oct 22 '17 at 12:24
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It depends if you are talking about multiple pages or the single page. If you are talking about presenting a single page without any errors and in a neat manner, you would write it with a determiner: 'All THE page should look good.'

If what you are referring to has multiple pages, you would need the determiner as well as the plural form of page 'pages', so: 'All the pageS should look good.' Or, you could drop the determiner 'the' and have: 'All pages should look good.'

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    I think “All the page should look good” reads rather awkwardly. I’d suggest, “The whole (or entire) page should look good." – J.R. Oct 22 '17 at 12:23

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