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Is surely an adjective

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โˆ™ 2010-08-18 00:52:43

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Yes, the word 'sure' is an adjective, a word that describes a noun; examples sure footed, sure thing, sure fire, etc.

Often, the adjective 'sure' is used as a predicate adjective (also called a subject complement), the adjective following a linking verb which modifies (describes) the subject of the sentence. Examples:

  • He was sure he would win.
  • She wasn't sure if she did well at the interview.
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The word surely, meaning "in a definite way" is an adverb.

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