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    Question Is "you all' or "all of you" grammatically correct?

    Hello!

    My boss and I are having a disagreement on the proper phrase.

    For example:

    I think this sounds correct: "Are all of you going to Pizza Hut tonight?"

    My boss thinks this sounds correct: "Are you all going to Pizza Hut tonight?"

    We realize that slang, culture, region, etc all play a part in how a persons speaks. So we have agreed that the winner of our argument is what ever is grammatically correct or what most would find to be the most correct way of say this.

    There is no prize or anything...just a friendly office bet lol

    Thanks!

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    Re: Is "you all' or "all of you" grammatically correct?

    It doesn't matter. Either way is correct.

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