Goodmorning to Everybody?

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Is it correct to Everybody
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How do you want to use it?

As a simple greeting, then
Good Morning, Everybody
is fine.

I said "good morning" to everyone.
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It is a good way to say good morning but it is very informal. You should just watch where you use this construction because it isn't wrong.
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the sentence 'good morning to everybody' cannot be ruled out, but a better way to say this greeting is to say it without using a verb 'to'. you can say

good morning, everybody or simply good morning, they will understand

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