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In English, how do you say...?

Alice Val Alice Val (2) on 25/02/19

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Is it possible to use 'undoubtedly' in the answer below or is it better to say 'no doubt'?

- I'm sure he'll do it easily.

- Undoubtedly (No doubt)

Thank you!

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No doubt vs Undoubtedly

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Either is good as far as I'm concerned

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Alice Val Alice Val (2) on 25/02/19

Paul, thank you! 

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Either option would be fine.  In my Southeast Pennsylvania English both would be understood.  In informal conversation though, if someone wanted to agree with certainty, it would probably be more usual to say something like: "I'm sure." or "I'm sure he will."

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Alice Val Alice Val (2) on 25/02/19

Richard, thank you very, very much!


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