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I understand that you'se is not considered a formal English word by the Oxford. Colloquially, many people use the word you'se all the time in common conversation. As such, there is a gap in formal English for pointing out the subject as two or more people being adressed. For example, if I were to say
You should buy that Lear Jet.
It would be pronounced the same as
You [people] should buy that Lear Jet.
The only thing separating the two statements is context, which is sometimes hard to encapsulate across different media etc.
Why then is you'se not a formal word for this situation? For example:
You'se [all people being addressed] should buy that Lear Jet.
It becomes obvious that verbally, the pronoun of the conversation is now referencing more than one person and dispelling confusion. I understand that ye was the Middle English form of this word. As such, why is you'se frowned upon?
Edit: For non-Australians, the word you'se is equivalent to y'all and can be substituted throughout my question.