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What are Universal Quantifiers?

A universal quantifier is an absolute generalisation (universal generalisation) that excludes exceptions by stating that something is true for everything. You can recognise a universal quantifier by the words, "all, always, every, never, everyone, no one, no body, none".

Example:

"He's never on time and never dressed properly."

"None of my efforts have ever succeeded."

"It always rains on my day off."

"Everyone says that about you."