Good to be ALWAYS ALRIGHT!


ALRIGHT, I’m ALWAYS repeating myself about this but please don’t forget that:

alright – one “L”. When writing formally, it is better to use the full form, “all right”

always – same rule, one “L”. But no, it’s not short for “all ways”

Other common “AL” words with one “L” are:

although
altogether
almost

Use the language

All these words – always, alright, although, altogether, almost – in one sentence. Can you do it?

4 comments

  1. Thankful.

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    1. “I’m thankful” or more commonly “Thanks”.

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  2. All right, we almost got there and although it was an exciting adventure, it isn’t always is possible to be altogether happy with our expectations.

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    1. Sandra, that’s a creative combination with the selected words fitting rather well together. The “is” should be removed though.

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