Sure is a friendly way of saying `yes’ or `all right.
What is a better way to say sure?
What is the usage of sure?
“What’s wrong with him?” “I’m not really sure.”
I’m sure that I left my keys on the table. I feel absolutely sure that you’ve made the right decision. It now seems sure that the election will result in another victory for the government.
Absolutely! It sure is! It certainly is!.
Is sure a positive word?
Yes, I am sure.
It’s better to say “sure” than just “yes.” “Yes” is just saying “affirmative,” while “sure” means that you’re absolutely certain about what was requested.
How do you say sure politely?
- Yeah, sure. Here you go.
- No problem! I’m always happy to help.
- Yep! I will be right there. (Yep is another informal way to say yes like yeah.)
- Yeah, I’d be happy to!
- Cool. (Yes, cool can really be used to say yes or to show agreement.)
- You got it.
When someone says “thank you,” a friendly response would be “You’re welcome” or “certainly.” Saying “sure” in response to “thank you” is very informal and is seen as a replacement for the more standard responses.
What can I say instead of yes?
Why do Americans say for sure?
For sure is just a more logical and grammatical way of saying sure, which in common Anglo-American speech tends to be used to mean certainly or yes. This is then reinforced by speaking to other non-native speakers using English as a lingua franca, where for sure is heard much more frequently than just sure.
Yes, that’s right.
What does absolutely sure mean?
If you are certain that something is true, you can be sure that it is true.
I am confident that he is an honest man. Make sure the equipment is properly installed. I’m not entirely sure I’ll be back. I’m reasonably certain I can find a good job.
What does Yeah sure mean?
Other forms: Yeahs. Yeah is a casual form of yes.
When you’re hanging out with someone you really look up to and they ask you if you want to go to a party, play it cool by saying “Yeah, sure,” instead of “Yes! I’d love to!”
-I won the race last Sunday.
-You’re kidding! You won the race?.
What kind of word is sure?
Sure can be used as an adjective, adverb, or adjective–adverb hybrid. When used as an adjective, it means certain or guaranteed. When used as an adverb, it means certainly or definitely. As an adjective–adverb hybrid, sure means likely or probably.
Be sure to remember that sure has many different meanings and uses!.