Is of course correct?

Is of course correct?

“Of course” is always 2 words, and is a shorter form of “As a matter of course”. Furthermore, Google Fight says of course wins at 75 900 000 vs ofcourse which has only 521 000.

Is it of course or of coarse?

The correct variant is “of course”.

Is it correct to say yes of course?

It means obviously. If something is obvious – easy to see or understand – we can say ‘of course’. And that’s why we often use ‘of course’ when we say ‘yes’ to requests.

What does the expression of course mean?

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.

Is of course formal or informal?

2 spoken (also course informal) used to emphasize that you are saying ‘yes’ when someone asks your permission to do something ‘Can I ring you back in a minute? ‘ ‘Yes, of course.

What’s the difference between course and cause?

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.

How do you spell course as in of course?

Course and coarse are homophones; they sound the same but have different meanings and spellings. Course most often appears as a noun, but it can also function as a verb. Coarse acts as an adjective. As a noun, course can mean a route, a part of a meal, or an academic class.

Can you say of course after thank you?

If you give someone a gift and they say “thank you” then you should always say “your welcome” or “it was nothing” or “I hope you like it”. “Of course” would not sound right. If you are holding a door for someone to let them go first and they say “thank you.” then “of course” sounds very nice.

What is of course grammatically?

We use of course to refer to things that are obvious or already known to the speaker and listener, or to everybody: A tropical climate is, of course, very humid, so we sweated all the time.

How Do You Use Of course in a sentence?

‘A tropical climate is, of course, very humid, so we sweated all the time. ‘ We use of course when a situation or piece of information is not surprising: ‘Our car broke down on the way to the station so, of course, we missed the train and had to buy new tickets.

What kind of word is of course?

What type of phrase is ‘of course’? Of course is an adverb – Word Type.

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