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I'm quite confused whether good morning everybody, good morning all of you, etc. are correct or good morning to everybody, good morning to all of you, etc. are correct. Please let me know the correct phrase and point out the incorrect ones. If these are correct, what's the difference? My question is different from the existing question "Good morning, Brian" vs "Good morning to you, Brian". I want to know which of these are incorrect: 🌟 Good morning everybody! 🌟 Good morning to everybody! 🌟 Good morning all of you! 🌟 Good morning to all of you! 🌟 Good morning both of you! 🌟 Good morning to both of you! 🌟 Good morning, everybody! 🌟Good morning, both of you!