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OK or Okay? OK or Okay? What's the difference between OK and Okay? How to use them in context?
Nov 19, 2017 11:59 PM
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The both are the same, but mosly use OK to say something very forcefully or you are not really agree but Okay to show your interest or your agreement in some point.
November 20, 2017
They are pronounced the same in speech, so no differences there. But in writing, you will only see OK in unproffessional settings. Text, emails to close associates/ friends, etc. Otherwise, default to okay to be safe. OK was the original BTW (by the way) before the internet and texting began abbreviating everything Bbl Omw Omg Imo Smh Afk Etc. ;-P
November 20, 2017
There is no difference between the two in context.
November 20, 2017
both are okay/okay
November 20, 2017
@Chiris, thanks.
November 20, 2017
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