- How do you say yes of course?
- What is an example of a cause?
- How do you use cause?
- What can I say instead of of course?
- What is the meaning of cause?
- Is cause and reason the same?
- Is saying will do rude?
- Is a good cause?
- What is meaning of worthwhile?
- What is the difference between cause and course?
- What does it mean when you say of course?
- Does of course mean yes?
- Is the word obviously rude?
- Does sure mean no?
- Is of course informal?
- Is it a worthy cause or course?
- Is it OK to say of course in response to thank you?
- What does worthwhile cause mean?
How do you say yes of course?
Of course there is.
In fact, we have several ways to say yes in English for casual and professional situations….Polite Ways to Say Yes in EnglishYeah, sure.
Here you go.No problem.
I’m always happy to help.Yep.
I will be right there.
Yeah, I’d be happy to!Cool.
You got it.Okay..
What is an example of a cause?
Cause and Effect Examples in Sentences. When water is heated, the molecules move quickly, therefore the water boils. A tornado blew the roof off the house, and as a result, the family had to find another place to live. Because the alarm was not set, we were late for work.
How do you use cause?
“We’ll need to examine the cause of the problem.” “We may never know the cause of her death.” “We have cause for celebration.” “Your attitude is giving me cause for concern.”
What can I say instead of of course?
of course / synonymsby all means. adv.certainly. adv. & int.naturally. adv. & int.needless to say. adv.without a doubt. adv.indubitably. adv. & int.obviously. adv.without doubt. adv.More items…
What is the meaning of cause?
1a : a reason for an action or condition : motive. b : something that brings about an effect or a result trying to find the cause of the accident. c : a person or thing that is the occasion of an action or state a cause for celebration especially : an agent that brings something about She is the cause of your troubles.
Is cause and reason the same?
A reason is a thought that is why someone does something. A cause is something that makes something else happen. Reason should explain something, cause might not, it might just be due to something else without an explanation. They’re usually treated the same, though.
Is saying will do rude?
As ewie says in post #3, “Will do” is in a very informal register. There is nothing rude about it, but you will have to decide whether your relationship to your boss allows thus kind of casual informality.
Is a good cause?
If you say that something is for a good cause, you mean that it is worth doing or giving to because it will help other people, for example by raising money for charity. The Raleigh International Bike Ride is open to anyone who wants to raise money for a good cause.
What is meaning of worthwhile?
: worth doing or getting : good enough, important enough, etc., to be worth spending time, effort, or money on. See the full definition for worthwhile in the English Language Learners Dictionary.
What is the difference between cause and course?
As nouns the difference between course and cause is that course is a sequence of events while cause is the source of, or reason for, an event or action; that which produces or effects a result.
What does it mean when you say of course?
You say of course to suggest that something is normal, obvious, or well-known, and should therefore not surprise the person you are talking to. [spoken] Of course there were lots of other interesting things at the exhibition.
Does of course mean yes?
Can you help meused to say yes or to give someone permission to do something: “Can you help me?” “Of course.”
Is the word obviously rude?
“Obviously” is a purely destructive word. It’s commonly used when a new concept or idea is being built of pre-existing notions.
Does sure mean no?
Sure is used as “yes,” though it never means “yes.” Sure is a thumbs up to your face, and a jerkoff motion behind your back.
Is of course informal?
‘ c) (also course informal) spoken used to emphasize that what you are saying is true or correct Of course he’ll come!
Is it a worthy cause or course?
A cause that merits attention, aid, or action due to an inherent goodness of values or intention. The lawyer decided to waive her fees because she felt that the young man’s case was a worthy cause.
Is it OK to say of course in response to thank you?
If you’ve done something for someone and you say ‘you’re welcome’ after they thank you, the implication is kind of, ‘Yeah, I really did you a favor and you should be grateful,” she said. “So ‘certainly’ or ‘of course’ means you’re kind of belittling what you just did, which is more courteous.”
What does worthwhile cause mean?
Something that deserves time, attention, or funding. A: “Do you want to donate to my marathon team? I’m trying to raise money for cancer research.” B: “Sure, that’s a worthwhile cause.”