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> I was taught `alright' at school (in the UK -
American preferences may be
In India too, 'alright' is very common. In fact, we
use "all right" only
when we want to emphasize the phrase. For example:
"All right, so now what's
your problem if people use 'alright' instead of 'all
right' as long as the
intended message is conveyed!" ;-)
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