What is the meaning of the expression
for those learning to speak English as a Second, or Additional, Language (ESL or EAL)
1. When we heard the news we went to the hospital right away.
2. Can you come over right away? The dog ran off and I need someone to stay with the baby while I go look for him. (Note: The dog is a male. In English, domestic animals are typically referred to by their gender. i.e., him, her.)
3. A: This is due tomorrow. Do you have time to look after it? B: Yes. I can do it right away.