Aussies are so upbeat aren't they? (Upbeat means positive, optimistic)
Well, sometimes they are! 'She'll be right' is a strange expression in some ways, especially if you're in Australia to learn English. It means everything will be alright or it'll be alright, but for some reason we use 'she'.
'She'll be right' is not always talking about a woman - that's the strange part! You could be talking about your car, for example.
"I don't think this old car will make it up the hill"
"She'll be right, let's go"
Or you could be talking about yourself - even if you're a man:
(2 men speaking English):
"Do you want a ride home?"
"Nah she'll be right, I wanna walk" (Here he means, 'I'll be alright' or 'It'll be alright' - meaning his walking will be alright)
It's a very common way, when we speak English in Australia, to put on a brave face about something, perhaps it's a way to avoid being too personal too.
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