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Which one is correct if I am asking about a group of people that someone is going to meet?

I know that the it should depend if the following word is on singular or plural, but on this case I am not sure as "who is going to the PLACE A" has no indication of plural or singular. Who is going feels right.... but I might be wrong.

marked as duplicate by stangdon, ColleenV Jun 15 '18 at 3:49

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"Who is going" is correct. In some parts of the US, it's not uncommon for people to say "Who all is going."

Hope that helps.

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