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Did You Really Think たしかに and たしか Are The Same?

Did You Really Think 確たしかに and 確たしか Are The Same? Could you explain the difference between “確たしかに” and “確たしか”? A lot of Japanese learners may think the difference between them whether they have “に” or not. However, the meaning of them is different. Let me introduce what the difference between “確たしかに” and “確たしか” and how you correctly use them today! 確たしかに (tashikani) Exactly / You’re right. / I agree with you. “確たしかに” is “Exactly, You’re right and I agree with you.” which means “without discrepancy”, “without doubt” and so on. Basically “確たしかに” is used as an answer, unlike “確たしか”. For instance, when someone said something and if you agree with…