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    "you guys"

    While conducting a class, is it OK to say "you guys" to the participants to make the atmosphere less offical & relaxed ? If not, any expression to replace "you all" for public speaking in a friendly/warm manner?

    Tks /ju

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    Re: "you guys"

    It depends a little bit on how old you and your students are but I think you could say "you guys".

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