"You're good" is totally incorrect here?
yeah i don't get it either...
iawn seems to be a very versatile word.
I agree, we use ti'n iawn? for are you ok/ well in the south
How come da iawn can mean 'very well' or 'very good', but ti'n iawn can't mean you are good (at something)?
The da bit is "good"; in da iawn, the iawn means "very". But "you are very" does not make sense - in ti'n iawn, iawn does not have this meaning.
Iawn also means fine/ ok/ alright... so are you ok? Ti'n iawn? Is answered with iawn .
Thank you, now it's clear.
You alright/ok should be correct also?