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    What's the different between 'without a doubt' and 'without any doubts'?

    Which is right and which is more formal can be used in IELTS essay?

    Thanks.

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    Re: What's the different between 'without a doubt' and 'without any doubts'?

    Quote Originally Posted by lukeluke View Post
    Which is right and which is more formal can be used in IELTS essay?

    Thanks.
    "Without a doubt" is a very common expression. "Without any doubts" might technically be acceptable but I have never heard it used. "Undoubtedly" is a good word to use, as well.

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