All right, (sentence)

"All right" is similar in meaning to "OK". It can be used at the beginning of your sentence to agree with what someone said.

All right, that sounds good.

You also say this when you've made a decision and are ready to announce it to people:

All right, how about this: I'll pick Oliver up after school and take him to practice, and you can go with Emily to the dentist.

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