- What is the adverb of sure?
- Is sure an adjective or an adverb?
- Is sure a noun?
- What are examples of adverb?
- Is sure informal?
- Does sure mean no?
- What type of adverb is instantly?
- What type of speech is sure?
- Is sure rude?
- What is the verb of sure?
- Is sure formal or informal?
- Is sure the same as yes?
- What does sure mean from a girl?
- What word is sure?
What is the adverb of sure?
certainly, definitely, undoubtedly, unquestionably, doubtless, inevitably, incontestably, incontrovertibly, indubitably, irrefutably, sure, undeniably, alright, assuredly, clearly, easily, for certain, forsooth, inarguably, indeed, indisputably, inexorably, plainly, really, so, truly, unarguably, doubtlessly, for sure, ….
Is sure an adjective or an adverb?
sure (adjective) sure (adverb) sure–handed (adjective) be (verb) enough (adverb)
Is sure a noun?
Certainty. That which makes sure; that which confirms; ground of confidence or security.
What are examples of adverb?
Examples of adverbs that describe when an action occurred include:Early: She arrived early for the meeting.First: When I bake, I make cookies first.Last: When I clean, I do laundry last.Later: I will stop by later to see how you are doing.Never: He never wants to go to the park with me.More items…
Is sure informal?
Both sure and surely are used as intensifying adverbs with the sense “undoubtedly, certainly.” In this use, sure is generally informal and occurs mainly in speech and written representations of speech: She sure dazzled the audience with her acceptance speech.
Does sure mean no?
If asked a question that would warrant a “yes “ or “no” answer saying sure could be seen as being rude. Usually it means the person didn’t understand the question and instead of asking for clarity or for the question to be repeated they would say “sure”.
What type of adverb is instantly?
In an immediate manner; instantly or without delay.
What type of speech is sure?
surepart of speech:adjectivepart of speech:adverbdefinition:(informal) certainly; surely. It sure is cold today.Sure, you can borrow my coat. similar words: certainly, surelyphrase:make surederivation:sureness (n.)9 more rows
Is sure rude?
To be polite it’s always good to say “Sure, I would like to …” or “Sure, that would be nice…” Which is still dependent on how you say these words. If you say them sarcastically then it would be rude. Sure is dependent on how you sound when using it to agree to something.
What is the verb of sure?
ensure. (transitive) To make a pledge to (someone); to promise, guarantee (someone of something); to assure.
Is sure formal or informal?
“Surely” is traditional, formal, correct. “Sure” is colloquial, informal, common, and also correct (at least it is in America.)
Is sure the same as yes?
Yes says that you definitely agree with, or are willing to do what was asked of you. And stating it in a formal way. Sure says that you might not want to do it but will do it anyway. Or agreeing to what is being asked of you in a less formal way.
What does sure mean from a girl?
Originally Answered: I asked a girl that likes me out and she said “sure” what does this mean ? She is just being polite. She is not really into you personally on a romantic level, so do the smart thing and move on to find someone who is really and truly into you. “Sure” is like “ok” or “whatever”.
What word is sure?
Adjective. sure, certain, positive, cocksure mean having no doubt or uncertainty. sure usually stresses the subjective or intuitive feeling of assurance.