All right, already! Can we all gather round and, all together, get some usage points altogether correct? All ready? Good.
All together: in unison, as one, as a whole
Altogether: utterly, completely, totally
It is altogether impossible to get the cats all together in one spot.
All ready: completely prepared, ready in every aspect
Already: having happened beforehand; unexpectedly early
I’ve already done everything to get all ready for the trip.
All right: satisfactory; in good condition; unharmed
Alright: ABOMINATION! NOT CORRECT! DEFILER OF THE LANGUAGE!
No, it is not all right to use “alright”.
Or, to put it in more Pitworthy terms: What the fuck, you crapulent morons – is it so hard to keep them straight?!?
:: Proofreader demolishes yet another brick wall with her head ::