All right, (sentence)

You can use "All right" at the beginning of a sentence when you're changing from one topic to another. For example, a history teacher might say this:

All right, I think we've covered the French Revolution. Now let's talk about the Napoleonic Wars.

You can also start a conversation or end one with the phrase "All right":

All right, tell me your version of what happened.

All right, well I guess I should be going.

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