Hi, I am writing a analysis and need to describe 'yo check it'. I know it is colloquial of course, but would their be any way to identify it as a specific type of phrase for example? Thanks!
You should write 'an analysis', and 'there', not 'their' is the correct word. I would write the phrase 'Yo, check it' or 'Yo! Check it', as 'yo' is either a noun of address or an interjection and needs the comma or exclamation point. I'm not sure what you would call it, other than a slang or colloquial phrase. If it ended with 'out', I would call it an imperative phrase - 'Hey, look at that'.
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