It all starts with a “right”. It can be an adjective, a noun, an adverb, and even a verb. In a sentence, it can mean something is correct, or it can be used to say you agree.

Some words have more than one meaning. You say “right” to tell someone that they are correct. You can also say “right” to tell someone that you agree with something they said.

Read the dialogue and take the quiz below to check if you understood.

Erin: Is the show on Thursday night?

Tiffany: Right. It starts at 8:00 P.M.

Erin: OK. We need to eat dinner first. There is a great restaurant near the theater.

Tiffany: Right, it is very good. We can eat there.