What is the right way to use the determiner 'all' with a possessive adjective e.g. my, your, etc? What is placed first? all or P. Adj?

A. His all habits were unique.

B. All his habits were unique.

Is A wrong?

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"all" is always before adjectives. "all" even goes before articles, for example: "all the bad habits"

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    All, possessive pronouns, and articles are determiners. A noun can have one and only one determiner--but all is also a "pre-determiner" so it's able to exist with the article.
    – LawrenceC
    Dec 8, 2020 at 17:59

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