Using they or those

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I am editing sentence fragments containing two possible versions:

"...all they who would go with me."

or

"...all those who would go with me."

 

Which is correct - and most importantly, why?

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They and who are both pronouns.  You do not use two pronouns together.  The word in front of who needs to be an adjective.  Those can be used as a pronoun, an adjective, or an adverb.  In this case, it is an adjective.

link comment answered Mar 11 at 20:54 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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