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    1, I am sure we will win the match. and
    2, I am sure that we will win the match.

    Question: Is there any difference in the meaning of the above sentences? Does the elimination of that cause any major difference in the meaning.? Or there are certain rules for using that in sentences like above?

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    Re: That

    Quote Originally Posted by Jadoon 84 View Post
    1, I am sure we will win the match. and
    2, I am sure that we will win the match.

    Question: Is there any difference in the meaning of the above sentences? Does the elimination of that cause any major difference in the meaning.? Or there are certain rules for using that in sentences like above?

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    There is no difference in meaning between the two.

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