‘Alright’ vs. ‘All Right’ Explained: When to Use ‘Alright’ vs. ‘All Right’

Written by the MasterClass staff

Last updated: Feb 25, 2022 • 2 min read

“All right” and “alright” have near-identical meanings in the English language, but the two-word version is more reliably accepted in formal writing. Learn more about “all right” vs. “alright” and how to use these words correctly.