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Asked • 03/13/19

All I know vs. Alls I know?

Are the two sayings proper English? > "Alls I know" and > "All I know" Alls I know just sounds bad to me, but while people agree, no one can tell me if it is right or wrong.

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Lorri sue B.

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The difference is in the audience and purpose. "All I know" is standard English, whereas "All's I know" is substandard English and is perfectly acceptable for usage (everyday speech/slang) or creative writing dialogue etc....but not for academic writing.
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02/16/20

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