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    Tibbs Guest

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    Hi,

    Can anyone tell me the correct way to write the following?

    Thank you, or, thankyou?

    All right, or, alright?

    Okay, or, ok?

    May be, or, maybe?

    After all, or, afterall?

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    - Thank you
    - All right, though alright is an informal, alternate spelling.
    - Okay and ok are both ok.
    - May be and maybe have two different meaning:
    It may be folded for convenience (be = verb).
    Maybe you could pick it up for me (maybe = adverb).
    - After all

    FRC

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    Tibbs Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    - Thank you
    - All right, though alright is an informal, alternate spelling.
    - Okay and ok are both ok.
    - May be and maybe have two different meaning:
    It may be folded for convenience (be = verb).
    Maybe you could pick it up for me (maybe = adverb).
    - After all

    FRC

    Thank you for your help, it is much appreciated.

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