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    #1

    Using English

    Could you please tell me the usage of :
    - sure.
    - of course.
    -certainly.

    Are they the same meaning?
    which is more popular in conversation?

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    #2

    Re: Using English

    In what context do you want to use these words?

    Try entering Sure/of course/certainly into the Search box at the top of the page for links to other discussions of the topic.

    Rover

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    #3

    Re: Using English

    Of course, there is a difference. That's for sure. Certainly, you will find out about their meaning and usage:

    certainly - definition of certainly by Macmillan Dictionary
    of course - definition of of course by Macmillan Dictionary
    sure - definition of sure by Macmillan Dictionary

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