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Who vs whom for a group?

You can use either who or which to refer to collectives, such as group, team. It was the group who/which decided. Use whom to refer to the person previously mentioned in a sentence when they are the object, not the subject. Whom is a relative pronoun when it refers to a noun preceding it.

What does both of which mean?

{of reason or proof or opinion, for example} Both of *which* are two examples of different meanings.

Is its a word?

Its is a possessive pronoun meaning, “belonging to it,” or a “quality of it” (Example: The carrier lost its license) or (Example: Its color is red.) And there’s absolutely, positively no such word as its’.

Is its grammatically correct?

Its’ is never correct. Your grammar and spellchecker should flag it for you. Always change it to one of the forms below. It’s is the contraction (abbreviated form) of “it is” and “it has.” It’s has no other meanings–only “it is” and “it has.”

Can its be plural?

So “its” is singular, and its plural form is “their”.

How do you shorten you all?

The only right way to spell the contraction of “you” and “all” is “y’all.” “Ya’ll” is incorrect and a misspelling of the word, so don’t use it. When you think about it, though, “y’all” makes the most sense for how this contraction should be correctly spelled.

Is it yall or Y all?

The only right way to spell the contraction of “you” and “all” is “y’all.” “Ya’ll” is incorrect and a misspelling of the word, so don’t use it. When you think about it, though, “y’all” makes the most sense for how this contraction should be correctly spelled.

Is you’ll you all?

you all: The longer vowel is on the latter word: a(ll), so the contraction retains it and drops the shorter vowel sound (y) ou – y’all. I believe this is because you’ll is already a contraction for you will. You’ll is short for you will, as emily has said.

What is you’ll called?

contraction of you will:You’ll never guess who was here.

Is Y all rude?

From Wiktionary’s article on y’all: Y’all is not considered informal speech, but is also not considered formal — You all would, to a few, be considered more formal, but is not required in formal situation nor is it encouraged.

What means yall?

pronoun. In the Southern United States, people use y’all when addressing a two or more people. Y’all is an informal way of saying ‘you all. ‘ [US, informal]

When was yall added to the dictionary?

1856