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Are "All right, so ....." and "So, yeah, ....." interchangeable when we start to talk about a subject?

"So yeah,...." "All right, so..." Both those are discourse markers as pointed out by Colin Fine. However, they are used in response to a previous situation or context in ...
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Are "All right, so ....." and "So, yeah, ....." interchangeable when we start to talk about a subject?

These are discourse markers, and have no meaning of their own. In that sense, they are interchangeable. But, having said that, some people can interpret some discourse markers with quite strong social ...
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How do I Americanize "Fat lot of good X will do you"?

Chicagoan here. While this is something any American who's read a British book should have no difficulty with, if I were writing dialogue for an American character I'd probably have them say a few ...
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