Can I skip "all" in this sentence? Will the meaning be changed?
"All the" is an informal expression often added to a sentence to add emphasis. The speaker has used this expression to emphasize that the noises are very loud. You can use this expression in similar situations when you wish to emphasize something. Ex: What's with all this food? It's not a special day or holiday. Ex: What's with all the noise? I'm trying to sleep.
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