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    #1

    two more questions on 'all right'

    all right
    LDCE gives the following sample sentences
    and says they are BrE.
    1. "The new boss isn't too bad, is she?"
    "No, she's all right."
    2. "How are you, John?"
    "Oh, all right - can't complain."
    Not used in the US?
    Thank you.

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    Re: two more questions on 'all right'

    Yes, that is used in the U.S.


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