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Grammar – all right or alright

All right and alright All right is an adjective or adverb. Test your English Level All right as an adjective We use all right as an adjective after verbs such as be, feel, seem or look, but not before a noun (predicative adjective). It means ‘well’, ‘OK’, ‘satisfactory’: A: How are you? B: I’m all right. A: Is everything all right? B: Yes, fine thanks. Was your meal all right? Not: Was it … Read more