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Difference between all right and fine #1 (permalink) Tue Dec 13, 2005 1:05 am   Difference between all right and fine
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #32 "Responses (5)", question 4

Jill: 'I hope nobody minds if I leave early.'
Frank: '.........'

(a) It'll be all right.
(b) It'll be all straight.
(c) It'll be all correct.
(d) It'll be all fine.

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #32 "Responses (5)", answer 4

Jill: 'I hope nobody minds if I leave early.'
Frank: 'It'll be all right.'

Correct answer: (a) It'll be all right.
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hi what is the difference between "all right" and "fine"?
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Difference between all right and fine #2 (permalink) Tue Dec 13, 2005 7:32 am   Difference between all right and fine
 

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Fine would work in this response, but not all fine. They are, again, both fixed expressions.
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Difference between all right and fine #3 (permalink) Mon Apr 20, 2009 6:50 am   Difference between all right and fine
 

I'm a bit confuse with this problem, which is the correct answer? In the test page it said the correct answer is "It'll be all fine" but in this forum it said "It'll be all right"
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Difference between all right and fine #4 (permalink) Mon Apr 20, 2009 7:15 am   Difference between all right and fine
 

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Ah, I see. There is a mistake in the quiz answer, then. We will fix it ASAP.
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Difference between all right and fine #5 (permalink) Sat Jan 09, 2010 16:56 pm   Difference between all right and fine
 

what´s the diference between all right and all corrcet?
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Difference between all right and fine #6 (permalink) Sun Jan 10, 2010 0:20 am   Difference between all right and fine
 

'All right' here means 'OK', 'acceptable'. 'All correct' does not mean that.
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Difference between all right and fine #7 (permalink) Sun Jan 10, 2010 13:26 pm   Difference between all right and fine
 

Teakay wrote:
I'm a bit confuse with this problem, which is the correct answer? In the test page it said the correct answer is "It'll be all fine" but in this forum it said "It'll be all right"

You need to look again:
bittu wrote:
Correct answer: (a) It'll be all right.

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Difference between all right and fine #8 (permalink) Sun Jan 10, 2010 13:28 pm   Difference between all right and fine
 

Marco Riboura wrote:
What's the difference between all right and all correct?
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Difference between all right and fine #9 (permalink) Fri Apr 02, 2010 16:07 pm   Difference between all right and fine
 

Dear Mister Micawber;
You've lost me.please explain about your sentence 'but not all fine. '
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Difference between all right and fine #10 (permalink) Fri Apr 02, 2010 19:05 pm   Difference between all right and fine
 

Is fine only used for responding to questions about health and weather?
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Difference between all right and fine #11 (permalink) Sat Apr 03, 2010 6:05 am   Difference between all right and fine
 

Dear Wanderer;
You have an exclusive name!!
With regards
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Difference between all right and fine #12 (permalink) Sat Apr 03, 2010 6:17 am   Difference between all right and fine
 

Mitra584 wrote:
Dear Wanderer;
You have an exclusive name!!
With regards
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Difference between all right and fine #13 (permalink) Sat Apr 03, 2010 6:48 am   Difference between all right and fine
 

What did you mean by posting it and then quoting?
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Difference between all right and fine #14 (permalink) Sat Apr 03, 2010 6:50 am   Difference between all right and fine
 

I don't think it's exclusive. I just considered it to be good.
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Difference between all right and fine #15 (permalink) Mon Aug 23, 2010 20:18 pm   Difference between all right and fine
 

It's different theme, but why we do not use future sense in this sentence: Jill: 'I will hope nobody minds if I leave early.'.
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