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"Alright" Needs to Go, All Right?

Pretty much every time you use “alright”, “all right” can be substituted in its place. It’s just as understandable, but it looks much better.

The only times you need to use “alright” are when you use it as an adjective before a noun, as in, “We’re having alright weather today.” (Note that you can still write, “The weather is all right today.”)