You all in English is incorrect grammar. "Y' all" is an American Southern colloquialism and once again incorrect grammar. You (plural) has no specific word in English other than You and people shouldn't make up words to try to compensate for this.
thank you. that helps. yet, since one is asking a question, and hoping that they are not looking at their phone at the time ;) , is a clarification needed? guess I am thinking too much in terms of conversation rather than proper grammar. thanks, again, for your earlier response.
Bill, the Spanish letters 'b' and 'v' make exactly the same sounds, but two different ones. After a pause in speech, and after the letters 'm' and 'n', they make a [b] sound, like the English 'b'. In all other places you'll hear something that's closer to an English 'v', but pronounced with both lips instead of upper lip and lower teeth.
"Bebo vino en el invierno" will sound more like "Bevo vino en el imbierno."