Question: Which is right Okey or OK?

Theres no difference between OK and okay. The older term, OK, (possibly) derived from an abbreviation for an intentional misspelling of “all correct.” The terms are both standard English. For extremely formal writing, always consult the relevant style guide.

Which is correct OK or okey?

Yeah, its expresses the same meaning. In UK, it is common to say okay, but if we see okey sometimes it just informal, and other times the person likes to use baby words. For example oki oki instead of ok ok or okay okay and so on. In America, I guess some states use okay and okey.

Why do people spell okay okey?

Some people say it came from the Native American Indian tribe known as the Choctaw. The Choctaw word “okeh” means the same as the American word okay. Experts say early explorers in the American West spoke the Choctaw language in the nineteenth century. Still others say a political organization invented the word.

How do you use OK?

The word “OK” has two main uses:To express agreement or assent (e.g., OK, Ill fix it tomorrow)To say something is all right or satisfactory (e.g., I feel OK today)13 Dec 2019

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