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R. Padgett Lyr Req: grammatically correct use of ' y'all'? (57* d) RE: Lyr Req: grammatically correct use of ' y'all'? 20 Jul 05


fascinating stuff!!

Only heard in UK possible Scottish is yous all, meaning plural 'all of you'

tha is familar form of you in Yorkshire(single)

eg tha reight = you are right

or thee familiar form 'you', = what's up wi thee? = What is the matter with you (single)

plural no eqivalent would use 'you' for plural


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