Can 'Alles Klar' be used as an exclamation?
In German, 'Alles Klar' means 'All right', so could you use it as an exclamation? Ex: Alles Klar! Wir haben ein Tor Punkt! (All right! We scored a point!)
Or is it just an 'all is well' kinda phrase? Sorry if I explained it weird, I'm really not good at explaining stuff :P
You can use alles klar! As an exclamation but you won't hear it that often.
In your example (Wir haben ein Tor/Wir haben einen Punkt gemacht), you'd replace alles klar with jawoll or americanised "yeah", since it's more emotional. However, there are regional preferences, for sure and alles klar is not wrong.
Alles klar is a versatile expression. The more you think about it, the more situations come in mind. Here are 2 more:
- You can say it as an very informal greeting that replaces wie geht's and sometimes even "hi" ((na,) alles klar?)
- You can say it if someone had an accident in order to ask if s/he is ok.
Sure you can use "Alles klar" as an exclamation, but note that klar is written with a small k, it is not a noun. By the way, there is a song by Falco called Der Kommissar, one line of the song text goes "Alles klar, Herr Kommissar?" (Is everything all right, Mr. commissar?)