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Should we use “in terms of”?
Yes, for me it adds a nuance of contrast.
Is there a word meaning unexpected pleasure?
@J.R. A clarification then - not the sandwich, nor the play or the speech. The pleasure that arises from something that was unexpected (and pleasing).
Is it right to ask “how are you all doing?”
My understanding is that "How are all of you?" maps to "How are all y'all?", while "How are you?" maps to "How are y'all?" (with "you" in the plural sense in both cases) memphis.about.com/od/midsouthliving/qt/yall.htm