You have heard – ALL IS WELL . But have you ever heard – ALL IS NOT WELL.
If you think ALL IS NOT WELL is a right sentence then please continue reading –
Perhaps seldom we mind when we use the idiom- ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GLOD.
Is there any problem of syntax? Yes, there is . As per the grammar rule NOT should be used at the beginning of sentence. Here, it should have been – NOT ALL THAT GLITTERS IS GOLD.
Likewise-ALL IS NOT LOST. This is wrong. It should have been NOT ALL IS LOST.
So, remember don’t imitate these idioms when you write . But if you are an ardent fan of Nevillie Cardus , then you may wish to snuff out the logic by quoting his great say-No man is loveable who is invincible.