- For Teachers
im not sure if i ask the right qustion to express my thoughts .
what's the the different betwen: (yes, sure) and (yes, indeed)
Would you like a ticket to Mike's concert?
I'm wondering, doesn't it sound a bit reserved, less enthusiastic, or more formal?
***** NOT A TEACHER *****
I think that some super strict American teachers (if there are any
left) would prefer:
Martha: I have an extra ticket to tonight's lecture on the
difference between "indeed" and "sure." Would you like it?
Tom: Wow!!! I surely [certainly] would, Martha!!!
Just my impression, but I think "sure" is a more American response, while "indeed" sounds more British.