Which of the sentences is grammatically correct?
Everything is OK, isn't it?
Everything is OK, aren't they?
The first one (isn't it?)
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The second one is correct.

Aren’t they

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Aren’t they

No, sorry, that's incorrect. The correct answer is Everything is OK, isn't it?

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