Which is correct:
"good luck to all" or "good luck all"?

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good luck to all

This phrase is correct and commonly used when wishing good luck to a group of people.

This phrase is used to wish good luck to a group of people collectively. It is a polite and formal way of expressing good wishes.

Examples:

  • Good luck to all the participants in the competition!
  • I want to extend my good luck to all of you for the upcoming exams.

Alternatives:

  • Wishing good luck to everyone
  • May luck be with all
  • Best of luck to all
  • Good luck to each and every one
  • May fortune favor all

good luck all

This phrase is correct and can be used informally to wish good luck to a group of people.

This phrase is a more informal and shortened way of expressing good wishes to a group of people. It is commonly used in casual settings.

Examples:

  • Good luck all! Have a great time at the event.
  • Good luck all on your presentations today.

Alternatives:

  • Best of luck to everyone
  • Wishing you all good luck
  • May luck be with all of you
  • Good luck to each one of you
  • May fortune favor all of you
Both phrases are correct, but they are used in slightly different contexts. 'Good luck to all' is more commonly used when wishing good luck to a group of people, while 'Good luck all' is a more informal and shortened version that is also acceptable.

Last updated: March 26, 2024

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