What is the meaning of I am not sure?

What is the meaning of I am not sure?

What is the meaning of I am not sure?

‘I’m not sure’ is another variation of “I don’t know” Sure – meaning yes, to confirm, or to be certain. With ‘I’m not sure’ you are saying you are not certain of the answer to the question or ‘I don’t know’ An alternative can be: “I’m not certain”

Can you say personally I believe?

5 Answers. It’s a perfectly legal construction (although the word personally should probably be set off with commas), even if it is sometimes misused or overused.

How do I formally say I don’t know?

List of 40 other ways to say I don’t know in English.

  1. Beats me.
  2. Hmm…
  3. I am not the best person to answer that.
  4. I can find out for you.
  5. I can’t remember off the top of my head. I’ll get back to you on that.
  6. I don’t have that information here right now.
  7. I don’t know anything about…
  8. I have no clue/idea.

How can I use my mind in a sentence?

In my opinion. I believe that. To my mind, that dress looks perfect on you, so I’m not sure why you’re so unhappy with it.

How do you use nonetheless in a sentence?

Nonetheless is defined as however. An example of nonetheless is using the word between two phrases to show the contrast of the two thoughts such as, “It was pouring outside; nonetheless, he still went for his evening run” which means that he went for a run even though it was raining. In spite of that; nevertheless.

Can I say I personally?

The short answer is that it is grammatically correct. Personally is an adverb, and in the example you reported, it is being used as adverb.

Where does personally go in a sentence?

As you can see from my examples, the word “personally” can be placed in various places in the sentence: at the beginning, in the middle or between the words “I” and “think”. Please note that when we put this word in the middle of a sentence, we put commas around it, as in my first and fourth examples.

Are you sure examples?

I. EXAMPLES: Are you sure? Are you sure about that? Are you sure of what you said? Are you sure that he is not coming?