The comparative form "more all right" is used, but rarely. An example would be where another speaker had used the phrase "all right" and repeating it and extending it enhanced the continuity of the conversation. I didn't feel all right earlier today, so I took a power-nap. Now I feel even more all right than I normally do. Borrowed from English all right.
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To save this word, you'll need to log in. All right , let's go. Nevertheless it has its defenders and its users, who perhaps have been influenced by analogy with altogether and already. It is less frequent than all right but remains common especially in informal writing. It is quite common in fictional dialogue and is sometimes found in more formal writing. Her first movie was pretty bad but her second one was all right. Is it all right to leave early? Is this movie all right for children?
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We use all right as an adjective after verbs such as be, feel, seem or look , but not before a noun predicative adjective. Is everything all right? All right may be written as alright , but all right is more common:. There was an accident and the bus driver was injured, but all the passengers were alright. Is everything going all right for you these days? We use all right to show that we want to begin a new topic or a new action:. All right , can we start the music now please? We also use all right to show that we accept a point of view, or agree with what needs to be done:. All right , you have a point but I still think we need to get more advice. We can also use all right as a question to follow up a statement.
People are often surprised to learn that alright is not an accepted spelling of all right. Although the one-word spelling of alright is seen in informal writing, teachers and editors will always consider it incorrect. To use the expression with impunity, it is best to spell it as two words: all right. It is equally possible that your English teacher saw nothing wrong with the spelling alright and that you are reading this because a coworker or editor has challenged you on it for the first time.