What is the difference between obvious and obviously?

What is the difference between obvious and obviously?

For example, “That’s obviously the stupidest movie I have ever seen.” Or “That’s obviously the best chocolate mousse I’ve eaten.” “That’s obvious” is a statement a person would make after someone else has shared some information. For example, “Did you hear that they are dating?” “That’s obvious!

Is sure another word for yes?

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 MKAY rude?

What does mmk mean? Mmk is a casual, half-humming way to say OK. It is a versatile sound, used to express mild disproval and suspicion or warm affirmation. Be careful, though, as mmk can come across as a little patronizing or rude.

Where is obviously used?

You use obviously when you are stating something that you expect the person who is listening to know already. Obviously, they’ve had sponsorship from some big companies. There are obviously exceptions to this. You use obviously to indicate that something is easily noticed, seen, or recognized.

How do you use the word obviously in a sentence?

1) We’re obviously going to need more help. 2) Obviously, television has both advantages and disadvantages. 3) She was obviously in distress after the attack. 4) He’s obviously a man of very high intelligence.

What is the best response to thank you?

10 English Phrases for Responding to “Thank You”

  • You’re welcome.
  • No problem.
  • No worries.
  • Don’t mention it.
  • My pleasure.
  • Anytime.
  • It was the least I could do.
  • Glad to help.

Can we reply sure to thanks?

Yes, this is a common, idiomatic response among English speakers where I live (California). It’s casual, so it’s mainly used for the kind of casual situation where people would say “Thanks” all by itself, like in the following: “Could I have some of your sunscreen?” “Sure, here you go.”

What is a word for stating the obvious?

Stating the obvious is perhaps best stated as “self-evident.” For example, “A street is better than a little trail to connect those two large neighborhoods.” “That’s self-evident.” I believe you’re looking for belabor, which means to redundantly or excessively state the obvious.

Is sure negative or positive?

The difference between Positive and Sure. When used as adjectives, positive means not negative or neutral, whereas sure means physically secure and certain, non-failing, reliable. Positive is also noun with the meaning: a thing capable of being affirmed. Sure is also interjection with the meaning: yes.

How do you say it is obvious?

Ways of saying that something is obvious or known – thesaurus

  1. of course. adverb.
  2. naturally. adverb.
  3. evidently. adverb.
  4. obviously. adverb.
  5. it goes without saying (that) phrasal verb.
  6. needless to say. phrase.
  7. it stands to reason (that) phrase.
  8. as you know. phrase.

How do you thank someone in slang?

Ways of saying thank you – thesaurus

  1. hat tip. noun. something that you say, especially when writing on the internet, to show that you are grateful to someone for giving you information.
  2. shout-out. noun.
  3. thank you. interjection.
  4. bless you. phrase.
  5. much obliged. phrase.
  6. cheers. interjection.
  7. ta. interjection.
  8. I owe you one. phrase.