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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?

marked as duplicate by sumelic, Lawrence, Nigel J, tchrist word-choice Jan 9 at 2:18

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  • 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 Jan 7 at 0:18

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