all right

This is a transition that we often use in spoken English to shift between one mode of conversation and another.

For example, if a speaker was giving instructions before but now wants to give a signal to start working, he or she can say:

All right - let's get to work.

This phrase can also be used when you've been debating something and now want to announce your final decision:

All right, let's move ahead with Shinohara's plan.

This phrase appears in these lessons: