Tout le monde = Everybody (indefinite pronouns)

Look at these sentences:

Je crois tout le mondeI believe everybody

Tout le monde a une télé       Everybody has a telly

Tout le monde est gentil       Everybody is nice

The expression tout le monde is used in French to refer to everyone/everybody.
This expression is always singular.

ATTENTION: 

It is never used to say the whole world, which would be le monde entier.

 

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Tout le monde a une télé       Everybody has a telly
Je crois tout le mondeI believe everybody
Tout le monde est gentil       Everybody is nice
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