Question: Is the both of you grammatically correct?

In English the expression both of you is equivalent to the two of you. As such, in English, the both would actually be equivalent to the the two which is obviously incorrect. Americans have a tendency to use the both of you when they actually mean both of you.

Is it correct to say congratulations are in order?

Congratulations are in order. They expect to be keeping house in about two weeks.” The noun “congratulation” entered English in the late 16th century, adopted from similar words in French or Latin, according to the Oxford English Dictionary.

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