For the English word “all”, there are two words. One word is used for people, and one word is used for non-people things.
To translate the word “all” when it is used as an adjective in English, insert one of the two words above after the things/people it describes. Ex:
When the subject of a sentence is a compound subject, 2 things or people are referred to. To refer to many things at the same time, you put the words in a list.
The suffix -உம் can also be used to mean “even” or “also”. Ex:
To use the word “or” in the subject of the sentence is easy. To do that, just insert the word “அல்லது” between the two words. Ex:
It is probably more proper to use “அல்லது” in a compound sentence, especially if the 2 subjects take differently verb suffixes. Ex:
“அல்லது” can also be used with verbs. Ex: