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All Right!

All Right!

There are currently two forms of this word because the English language is continuously changing, and historically, words often had many different forms before they became standardized. For example, “altogether” was once written as “all together,” “all-together,” and “alltogether.”

The two-word spelling of “all right” takes on multiple meanings depending on the tone and written form that’s used. “All right” can be used as an adjective or adverb to mean “adequate” or “satisfactory.” It can also be used as an affirmation that suggests “correctness.”


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“All right” vs. “Alright”: Which One To Use

Both forms are correct by US writing standards. The main consideration when it comes to using “all right” versus “alright” is the purpose of your writing and how it might be received by your reader. 

Some posit that “alright” is an appropriate spelling for informal usage, like in a text message or brief email to a coworker or in fiction writing to characterize colloquial dialogue. Conversely, the use of “all right” is better suited for formal correspondences, such as in a professional report, official business letter, or academic paper.


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“All right” and “Alright” Examples

“All right” and “Alright” Examples

Below are a few examples of how the various forms of “alright” and “all right” are used in sentences.

“All right” in a sentence

  • Adverb: “My choir recital went all right, but I almost forgot the lyrics.”
  • Adjective: “I feel all right to try out for the solo part again, though.” 
  • Affirmative statement: “All right! I heard you the first time.” 

“Alright” in a sentence

  • Adverb: “Is the temperature alright?”
  • Adjective: “I wonder if Katsu is alright at doggy daycare. It’s his first time. ”
  • Exclamatory statement: “Alright! Time to head to the restaurant?”


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