Not sure why this works?



Asked by: Daniel Daniels

Will this work or works?





You can either say “I hope it will work” or ” I hope it works”. The second one is correct. It should be ” I hope it will work.” “I hope it will works” is wrong because “works” is in the plural form of a verb while your subject “it” is only singular.

Does not seem to work meaning?

But, “ it doesn’t seem to work. “ you are stating that something does not appear to work. and it sounds natural.

How do you use i am not sure?

‘I’m not sure’ expresses a feeling of uncertainty or lack of confidence on a particular matter. Here are some examples: “I am not sure if they will offer me the job.” “I’m not sure if she’ll return my call.”

What does I don’t know for sure mean?

On the other hand, something that is certain may be definite, or even a sure thing. If “I don’t know for certain” means “My knowledge is not certain“, then “I don’t know for definite” makes sense too.

Will this work for you meaning?





That means that it is a challenge for everyone involved. For one reason or another, you are unable to satisfy everyone, but are trying to do your best.

Does not work meaning?

“It doesn’t work” has three prominent uses. it is frequently used to mean that something mechanical or that has a function is broken and does not function. “I dropped my smart phone and now it doesn’t work.” it is also used to say that some claim is false.

Does not work or doesn’t works?

it doesn’t work” is correct. As you know, English uses the helping verb do for negative statements and for questions. The only thing other thing that you need to remember is that when do is functioning as a helping verb, then the main verb is not conjugated.

What’s another word for doesn’t work?

What is another word for doesn’t work?

unusable inoperable
broken defective
faulty malfunctioning
nonfunctional damaged
inoperative unavailable

How do you say professional Not sure?

Try one of these instead:



  1. I’m not sure, but I’ll find out and let you know.
  2. I’ll find out.
  3. I’ll look into it and get back to you with what I find.
  4. That’s a good question and I want to get you the right information. Let me get back to you by end-of-day.

What do you reply to Not sure?

Synonyms

  • perhaps. adverb. used for saying that you are not certain about something, or that something may or may not be true.
  • maybe. adverb. …
  • presumably. adverb. …
  • reportedly. adverb. …
  • rumour/word/legend has it that. phrase. …
  • it/that depends. phrase. …
  • not that I’m aware of. phrase. …
  • I dare say. phrase.

What’s not sure mean?

Definition of unsure
: not marked by or given to feelings of confident certainty : not sure was unsure of what to do. unsure of oneself. : lacking confidence in one’s abilities … he’s a little unsure of himself when it comes to the music world …— Seth Mnookin.



How do you say no politely?

50 ways to nicely say “no”

  1. “Unfortunately, I have too much to do today. …
  2. “I’m flattered by your offer, but no thank you.”
  3. “That sounds fun, but I have a lot going on at home.”
  4. “I’m not comfortable doing that task. …
  5. “Now isn’t a good time for me. …
  6. ” Sorry, I have already committed to something else.

How do you say maybe professionally?

“Often, when we say maybe, people think we don’t want to do something.”
Polite Ways to Say Maybe in English

  1. Perhaps I can make it. Let me check my calendar.
  2. Perhaps it will work. Let me think it over.
  3. I’m not sure whether I can but I’ll check my calendar and let you know.

Is it unsure or not sure?

They’re both fine, and mean the same, but note that not sure is still far more common.



What is the meaning of unsure or uncertain?

To be uncertain is to be unsure of something. Also, uncertain things are undecided, unknown, or doubtful in some way. If you’re certain of something, you’re sure of it. When you’re uncertain, you don’t know. If you don’t know the answer to a math question, you’re uncertain.

Is there a word called unsure?

unsure | American Dictionary
in doubt, or not certain: [ + question word ] Officials were unsure who was in control of the city.