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This is something that has been bugging me for a long time. I write a lot of blogs for my work and I've felt that grammatically I should keep the word "of" but a sentence can flow better without the word. Here's an example:

"All of our accommodations are equipped with facilities to keep the whole family happy."

I think technically I should keep the word "of" in there, but as I generally write blogs that are meant to be easy to read, "of" can get removed.

What do you think? Can anyone clear this one up for me?

  • If you're worried about length, it would be more concise to simply say: Our accommodations will keep your family happy. (But, yes, of is not essential.) – Jason Bassford Supports Monica Jan 7 at 0:18

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