Is it correct to say yes indeed?
: certainly – used as a more emphatic affirmative answer than “yes” alone “Do you know him? ” “Yes indeed!”
How do I use indeed in English?
How do you use yes indeed in a sentence?
Yes indeed, and that clearly annoys the people who are holding these three Italian hostages, four originally. Yes indeed I had fun in Amarillo, despite some comics telling me slyly that it would not be possible. Yes indeed, we will be on our best behavior for a week because Hilary’s mom is arriving tomorrow at noon.
What is the meaning of true indeed?
1: without any questions: really, undeniably — often used by interjection to express irony, disbelief, or surprise. 2: in reality. 3: all things considered: in fact.
What does indeed mean in British English?
(especially British English) used after very and an adjective or adverb to underline a statement, description, etc. Thank you very much indeed! I was very sad to learn of your father’s death.
What indeed is life means in Hindi?
Life is basically defined as the existence of a human being or an animal. Everyone has life as they are alive. We should cherish our life dearly. When it’s over we die, so it’s important to put it to good use now and not to waste it.
Can I start a paragraph with indeed?
If “indeed” is the correct word to use, it’s OK at the start of the sentence just as other members have tried to reassure you. The Cambridge Advanced Learner Dictionary has “indeed” at the start of his first example sentence here.
Can’t agree more means?
If you say you can’t agree more / disagree more, you mean completely agree / disagree. Words & amp; phrases expressing agreement & amp; acceptance.
Do British people say indeed?
The Welsh are notorious for saying “Indeed for the good!” Which basically means an expression of surprise.
How do you say yes in British slang?
Always. This archaism is still used as a formal answer meaning “yes” in the British House of Commons. It is also an accepted substitute for yes in a voice vote in the United States House of Representatives.
Do you say many thanks?
According to the Merriam-Webster Online dictionary, “thank you” is plural, coming from the Middle English word singular & quot; thank you. & quot; Therefore, “thank you very much” is the correct expression because we use “a lot” with plural nouns, and we use “a lot” with mass names. I send you a big thank you.
Can I say thank you indeed?
Add the word “indeed” is a way to demonstrate that thanks are sincerely felt rather than in a standard form. Americans would use, “Thank you very much.” In most cases this means the same thing but again different ways of saying it depending on where you are =)
Where do we use the word indeed?
You are in effect using it to confirm or agree with something that has just been said. He later admitted that the payments had been made. He did indeed keep important documents in his hat. ‘Did you know him?’
Can I say true indeed?
Indeed is defined as a word used to emphasize the truth of something or to agree that something is true. An example of this is indeed an affirmative comment that you would use when a party was very good. An example of an effect is an answer you give when someone asks you about the truth of a fact. … (modal) Really; In reality; Actually.
What should I reply to indeed?
Indeed! ”You can also say“ I did it / I did it ”or“ It’s true ”or even just use“ Definitely! ”