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All right vs. all correct #1 (permalink) Wed Sep 27, 2006 13:32 pm   All right vs. all correct
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #100 "Student Teacher Dialogue (3)", question 4

Student: I think it is I stayed in Paris in 1999. Is that all .........?

(a) correct
(b) accurate
(c) fine
(d) right

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #100 "Student Teacher Dialogue (3)", answer 4

Student: I think it is I stayed in Paris in 1999. Is that all right?

Correct answer: (d) right

Your answer was: incorrect
Student: I think it is I stayed in Paris in 1999. Is that all correct?
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Hi there...

please. tell me, why is it not possible use "correct" in this sentence?

Thank you for explanation.

Jan
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All right vs. all correct #2 (permalink) Wed Sep 27, 2006 19:14 pm   All right vs. all correct
 

Hi Jan,

All correct means each one is correct as in: your answers are all correct. All right in the test sentence means: acceptable.

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