- Where do we use the word indeed?
- What type of word is indeed?
- Is indeed grammatically correct?
- Can I say yes indeed?
- What does No indeed mean?
- Do we put comma after indeed?
- Is indeed in a sentence?
- How do I get a job on Indeed?
- Is indeed a recruiter?
- What is indeed in English?
- What is the meaning of a friend is need is a friend indeed?
- What is another way to say very true?
- Does certainly mean yes?
- What can I say instead of indeed?
- What does indeed mean in texting?
- Who indeed meaning?
- Can we use indeed at the beginning of a sentence?
Where do we use the word indeed?
Use the word indeed to add emphasis to a statement.
Think if it as another way to say: “That’s right,” or “Oh, yeah.” Are you seriously going to eat that entire chocolate cake.
Indeed, I am..
What type of word is indeed?
Indeed can be used in the following ways: as an adverb (following ‘very’ and an adjective or another adverb): The results were very good indeed. as a way of showing how a sentence or phrase is related to what has already been said: It would be difficult.
Is indeed grammatically correct?
Here, indeed is strengthening insane; “it was insane indeed” is similar to “it was really insane”. Basically, both are correct, and it’s just a matter of which meaning you’re going for.
Can I say yes indeed?
: certainly —used as more emphatic affirmative reply than “yes” alone”Do you know him?” “Yes, indeed!”
What does No indeed mean?
no indeed definition, no indeed meaning | English dictionary 4 an expression of doubt, surprise, etc.
Do we put comma after indeed?
Commas—sometimes paired with semicolons—are traditionally used to set off adverbs such as however, therefore, and indeed. When the adverb is essential to the meaning of the clause, or if no pause is intended or desired, commas are not needed.
Is indeed in a sentence?
You use indeed to confirm or agree with something that has just been said. Later, he admitted that the payments had indeed been made. “Did you know him?”—”I did indeed.”
How do I get a job on Indeed?
Guide: Using Indeed.com Job SearchCreate a free Indeed account and upload your resume.Browse positions by location in the search bar.Filter results based on your requirements.Set up jobs alerts to stay up to date.Research companies to learn more.Explore average salaries by company and job title.
Is indeed a recruiter?
Indeed Hire is an end-to-end recruiting service powered by the scale, technology, and expertise of Indeed. We take the best of Indeed’s recruiting automation technology with a team of Indeed Hiring Specialists to deliver high quality hires at half the cost of a traditional recruiting agency.
What is indeed in English?
without any question1 : without any question : truly, undeniably —often used interjectionally to express irony or disbelief or surprise. 2 : in reality. 3 : all things considered : as a matter of fact.
What is the meaning of a friend is need is a friend indeed?
—used to say that a friend who will help someone when help is needed is a true friend.
What is another way to say very true?
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Does certainly mean yes?
Certainly can also be used to answer a question in the affirmative. If your boss asks to speak to you, you might answer, “Certainly.” It’s just a formal way of saying “yes.”
What can I say instead of indeed?
What does indeed mean in texting?
“Indeed” means “yes” or “correct”, it’s just a formal word. You can usually use it in answer to someone’s question or to tell someone that something is right.
Who indeed meaning?
From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. why/how/who etc indeed? why/how/who etc indeed? spoken used when someone has asked you a question, to show that you do not know the answer and you do not think there can be a satisfactory answer ‘Why would John have left without saying a word? ‘ ‘Why indeed?
Can we use indeed at the beginning of a sentence?
If “indeed” is the right word to use, it is OK at the start of the sentence, just as the other members have been trying to reassure you.