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We say "where are you from?" To someone or one person to ask about where they live but if we have to ask to a group of people or more than one or two people do we ask in same way? (Where are you from? )
Mar 27, 2018 at 15:22
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The singular and plural pronoun in English is: you. We might say: Where are all of you from? For a group. Or: Where is each of you from?
That way a group of people understands the question is directed at each of them.
Mar 27, 2018 at 15:26
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