I‟ll take two. Amiright?

busanaise

Senior Member
Korean - Korea
Hello,

Could you explain what "I‟ll take two. Amiright" means in the following?

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“Next we‟ve got Iron Man! Tony Stark is one of the most brilliant minds on Earth. A billionaire inventor who created a suit of high tech armor? Um, I‟ll take two. Amiright, ladies?” Jerry said, pretending to raise the roof.
“This is how Earth people speak?” asked Grandmaster, incredulous. “If so, I hate them.”

from Avengers_Infinity War_The Cosmic Quest
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Thank you!
 
  • Barque

    Senior Member
    Tamil
    Could you please tell us what's going on at that time?

    It sounds as if Jerry is saying he'll take two suits of armour but more context would help.

    "Amiright, ladies?" is "Am I right, ladies?" It's been spelt as it was spoken, with the words running into each other.
     
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    GreenWhiteBlue

    Senior Member
    USA - English
    Note that there is a difference between an apostrophe (= '), which is made with a single stroke, and a closing quotation mark (= "), which is made with two strokes. Contractions are made with an apostrophe, and so it is I'll, not I"ll, and we've, not we"ve.
     

    busanaise

    Senior Member
    Korean - Korea
    Thank you so much.

    Of course, I can tell the difference ' and " and it seems an error occurred while I'm doing copy & paste a text from pdf document.
     
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