Omission of words – You all ready?
Sometimes in conversational English, when the first part of a sentence is obvious, it is omitted (i.e., not spoken).
In the STORY Confessions of a Whiner example when Josh says, “You all ready?” he means, “Are you all ready?” or “Are you completely ready?”
“All ready?” has the same meaning.
In the STORY Confessions of a Whiner example when Josh says, “You okay?” he means, “Are you okay?”
Note: An omission is s.o./s.t. that has been left out, or omitted.
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