- How do you say someone is wrong?
- What can I say instead of indeed?
- What does it mean to say something is true?
- Can I say yes indeed?
- How do you say someone is right?
- How do you say I agree formally?
- How do I use word indeed?
- What is another way to say very true?
- How do you say it’s true?
- Is someone’s correct?
- Does certainly mean yes?
How do you say someone is wrong?
10 expressions to Use In Speaking And Writing:I’m afarid that’s not quite right.Actually, I think you’ll find that…I’m afraid you’re mistaken.I don’t think you’re right about…Actually, I don’t think…No, you’ve got it wrong.No, that’s all wrong.Rubbish.
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What can I say instead of indeed?
indeedyes, certainly, assuredly, emphatically, absolutely, exactly, precisely, of course, definitely, quite, positively, naturally, without doubt, without a doubt, without question, unquestionably, undoubtedly, doubtlessly, indubitably.by all means.informal you bet, you got it, I’ll say.
What does it mean to say something is true?
If something is true, it is based on facts rather than being invented or imagined, and is accurate and reliable. Everything I had heard about him was true. He said it was true that a collision had happened.
Can I say yes indeed?
Definition of yes, indeed. : certainly —used as more emphatic affirmative reply than “yes” alone”Do you know him?” “Yes, indeed!”
How do you say someone is right?
10 expressions to Use In Speaking And Writing:Yes, that’s right.You’re quite right.Yes, that’s correct.That’s spot on.You’re dead right (there).Absolutely.You’ve hit the nail on the head.You could say so.More items…
How do you say I agree formally?
Ways of expressing agreement:That’s right/You’re right/I know: used when agreeing with someone: … Exactly/Absolutely/I couldn’t agree more: used for saying that you completely agree with someone: … You can say that again/You’re telling me: a more informal way of saying that you completely agree with someone:More items…•
How do I use word indeed?
indeed. Indeed is defined as a word used to emphasize the truth of something or to agree that something is true. An example of indeed is an affirmative comment you would use when a party was very good. An example of indeed is an answer you give when someone asks you about the truth of a fact.
What is another way to say very true?
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How do you say it’s true?
Synonyms for it’s true in English yes indeed; definitely; actually; certainly; truly; really; verily; in truth; real; actual; to be sure; it’s true; genuine; indeed.
Is someone’s correct?
“Someone else’s” is correct, because the two words together form a compound, indefinite, possessive pronoun. “Someone” is an indefinite pronoun, standing for an unnamed person.
Does certainly mean yes?
certainly adverb (KNOWING TO BE TRUE) When said in answer to a question asking for help, certainly means yes: “Can you give me a hand?” “Certainly.”