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Merriam-Webster Ask the Editor - Alright vs. All Right
Merriam-Webster Ask the Editor - Alright vs. All Right

This is Merriam Webster Ask the Editor video series. In this video Emily Brewster talked about the words Alright and All Right and their usage. I hope you enjoy the video.



Merriam-Webster Ask the Editor - Alright vs. All Right


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Although the spelling alright has been in use for over 200 years, some critics have insisted alright is all wrong. Others maintain that alright and all right have distinct meanings and serve different purposes. Emily Brewster explains.

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