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be right with you | be right there

INFORMAL
This page is about the conversational phrase be right with you | be right there

Meaning

You can use this to tell someone you'll be with them very soon.

For example

  • "Take a seat, please. I'll be right with you."

  • "Dinner's ready!"
    "I'll be right there, Mum. I've just got to send an email first."

Quick Quiz

If you say "I'll be right with you" or "I'll be right there", you'll

a. be there in a while

b. be there in a minute

c. be there right on time

Contributor: Matt Errey