#question

All right or alright?

Good to know I’m dealing with the big questions in life.

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4 thoughts on “#question

  1. I would have said both are usable, but in different contexts. Both mean OK, but with a different nuance. Are you all right? (ie You are not injured/terribly upset?) or We’ll go to the party, alright? (I think it’s a good idea to the party, and hope you do too.)

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