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I'd just like to know, why "you all have got the same rights" (or) "we all have got the same thoughts" are incorrect.

So, are those sentences and positions correct?

  • We all have got the same rights. (Or) you all have got the same thoughts.

  • We have all got the same rights. (or) you have all got the same thoughts.

  • We all have the same rights. (Or) you all have the same thoughts.

  • (With do-support) we all do have the same rights. (Or) You all do have the same thoughts.

Other examples (positive forms of the question):

  • Have we all got the same rights? (Or) have you all got the same thoughts?

  • Do we all have the same rights? (Or) do you all have the same thoughts?

  • (Do-support) Do we all do have the same rights? (Or) Do you all do have the same thoughts?

(Negative form of the question):

  • Have we all not got the same rights? (Or) have you all not got the same thoughts? (I think, "Haven't" is informal, e.g. Haven't we/you all got...?).

  • Do we all not have the same rights? (Or) Do you all not have the same thoughts? (I think, "Don't" is informal, e.g. Don't we/you all have...?).

  • Do we all not do have the same rights? (Or) Do you all not do have the same thoughts? (I think, "Don't" is informal, e.g. Don't we/you all do have...?

(Negative form of negative sentences):

  • We haven't all got the same rights. (or) You haven't all got the same thoughts.

  • We all don't have the same rights. (Or) You all don't have the same thoughts.

  • (With do-support) We all don't have the same rights. (Or) You all don't have the same thoughts.

But I don't think that they're all correct, please feel free to give the explanation, please correct and remind me, if the patterns, words, forms are wrong.

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  • This question is so long I can't understand exactly what you're asking. It may help you to know that you can validly recast We all have it as either We have all got it or We all have got it, but the second version isn't idiomatically common in most contexts. For negation, We don't all have it or We haven't all got it are "natural", and We all haven't got it and We have all not got it are valid but unlikely variants. And I don't think it ever makes any difference if the pronoun is changed from we to you or they. – FumbleFingers Jul 14 '17 at 13:49
  • Short answer: All of your sentences are grammatically correct. Bravo! Now, is there something specific you would like to know, that you can explain in a single, simple sentence? – Andrew Jul 14 '17 at 14:46
  • I vote to close this sort of thing. It ends up being an editing question. It's too much at once, and I, for one, will not answer this question. – Lambie Jul 14 '17 at 16:16
  • The 'wrongest' bit here is GOT. Not needed at all... – Tim Jul 14 '17 at 16:36
  • @AqshaIsham If you don't reduce your question to ask about a single grammatical concern, it will probably be voted closed. If you had read our tour and Help Center pages, you would understand. Please read them! – P. E. Dant Jul 14 '17 at 18:25