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    #1

    right

    "did you have a lot of experience with this RIGHT Paul"?
    what does right mean in that case?

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    #2

    Re: right

    "did you have a lot of experience with this RIGHT Paul"?
    what does right mean in that case?

    In that sentence, RIGHT does not make sense.

    RIGHT would be a question... Right? Correct? Is that true? Is what I just said the truth?

    It would come in a STATEMENT, not a QUESTION.. asking if the statement was true.

    "You did have a lot of experience with this, right? Paul?
    "You did have a lot of experience with this, correct? Paul?"
    "Am I right, Paul? You had a lot of experience with this? Right?"

    OR

    "Did you have a lot of experience with this? Paul? Is that right? Did you? You had a lot of experience? Hmmm?

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