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    Post hi all !!!

    I would like know,what is the exact difference in the usage of `Certainly and Definetly `.

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    #2

    Re: hi all !!!

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    Welcome to Using English, Archer.

    No specific difference. If you could supply a specific example, we could advise you as to whether there were any collocational differences.
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    #3

    Re: hi all !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by archer09 View Post
    I would like know,what is the exact difference in the usage of `Certainly and Definetly `.
    Definitely( mind your spelling) and certainly are synonims.


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    #4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Smith View Post
    Definitely( mind your spelling) and certainly are synonims.
    Privet Harry

    Synonim should read synonym.
    "mind your spelling"

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    #5

    Re: hi all !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by svartnik View Post
    Privet Harry

    Synonim should read synonym.
    "mind your spelling"
    Dobriy Vecher, Svartnik!
    Thanks for your attention! It was a typing error especially for you to correct.

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