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This comes as kind of tricky for me. Looking up the definitions in dictionaries seems to clarify things a lot. But when you run into a practical situation, you still get confused. I don't have much confusion about using "all" and "whole"with countable nouns, but it's another story with non-countables.

1) In the last lesson we had an overall review of the whole material covered during this year.

2) In the last lesson we had an overall review of all the material covered during this year.

3) In the last lesson we had an overall review of all material covered during this year.

4) In the last lesson we had an overall review of all of the material covered during this year.

Which way is correct?

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