10 Ways to Say Of Course in Spanish (Por Supuesto) + Example Sentences

How many words and expressions do you know in your native language for agreeing with something or someone? A lot, right?

Well, there are many ways to say of course in Spanish, too! Spring Spanish (a project I co-founded) made a great video on all of the super important phrases you need in everyday conversations:

And of course in Spanish is one of those very interesting and very much needed expression. Here are 10 ways you can say it to agree – click on any of these to learn more about them!

SpanishEnglishStrength of Agreement
Por supuestoOf courseStrong
ClaroSure, Of courseStrong, but casual
Desde luegoCertainly, Of courseStrong
NaturalmenteNaturally, Of courseStrong, implying obviousness
Cómo noOf course, Why notStrong, friendly
Claro que síOf course, CertainlyVery strong
Sí, seguroYes, sureStrong, reassuring
EvidentementeEvidently, Of courseStrong, indicating obviousness
ObviamenteObviously, Of courseStrong, highlighting obviousness
IndudablementeUndoubtedly, Of courseVery strong, formal

Why is it important to learn phrases like of course in Spanish?

You might think that learning just one phrase for of course in Spanish will be more than enough. But actually, learning por supuesto synonyms can help you become more fluent and with this feeling, you can have natural Spanish conversations.

In the table above, we not only gave you the English translations but also a level of strength or formality in which you can use these easy Spanish words.

If you want to further improve your Spanish vocabulary, you could also check out our DuoCards review article – it’s about a great new flashcards app that uses spaced repetition to help you learn the most important chunks in Spanish.

And now, let’s explore how you can use of course synonyms in real-life Spanish sentences!

1. Por supuesto (Of course)

Strength of Agreement: Strong

This is one of the most common ways to say of course in Spanish. It is understood and can be used in both formal and informal situations.

In a real-life example, this could look like this:

Juan: ¿Vas a asistir a la reunión mañana? (Are you going to attend the meeting tomorrow?)
Maria: Por supuesto, no me la perdería. (Of course, I wouldn’t miss it.)

2. Claro (Sure, Of course)

Strength of Agreement: Strong, but casual

“Claro” is an all-in-one word that can be used in casual conversations. It is a bit more informal.

In a Spanish conversation:

Carlos: ¿Me puedes ayudar con esta tarea? (Can you help me with this homework?)
Ana: Claro, dime qué necesitas. (Sure, tell me what you need.)

3. Desde luego (Certainly, Of course)

Strength of Agreement: Strong

This phrase is more formal and is frequently used in written Spanish or more formal spoken contexts.

A true dialogue between two Spanish native speakers could go on like this:

Luis: ¿Es esta la dirección correcta del evento? (Is this the right address for the event?)
Elena: Desde luego, lo revisé dos veces. (Certainly, I checked it twice.)

4. Naturalmente (Naturally, Of course)

Strength of Agreement: Strong, with a nuance of something being obvious

“Naturalmente” is used to imply that something is obvious or expected. It can be used in both formal and informal settings.

In easy Spanish sentences:

Pedro: ¿Te unes a nosotros para la cena? (Are you joining us for dinner?)
Sofia: Naturalmente, me encantaría. (Naturally, I’d love to.)

5. Cómo no (Of course, Why not)

Strength of Agreement: Strong, friendly

This is a friendly and somewhat informal way to say “of course.” It shows a willingness to agree or comply with the given subject you’re talking about.

A real conversation could be:

Miguel: ¿Puedes pasarme la sal, por favor? (Can you pass me the salt, please?)
Laura: Cómo no, aquí tienes. (Of course, here you go.)

A thumbs up emoji with a happy expression, set in a colorful and vibrant background with confetti and celebratory elements. Of course in Spanish, ¡por supuesto!

6. Claro que sí (Of course, Certainly)

Strength of Agreement: Very strong

This is an emphatic version of “claro” and is used to strongly affirm something.

When you’re certain about something:

Pablo: ¿Estás listo para el examen? (Are you ready for the exam?)
Lucia: Claro que sí, he estudiado mucho. (Of course, I’ve studied a lot.)

7. Sí, seguro (Yes, sure)

Strength of Agreement: Strong, reassuring

An easy and reassuring way to say “of course.” It’s almost always used to provide confirmation about the subject matter.

Agreeing can be like this:

Fernando: ¿Vendrás a la fiesta esta noche? (Will you come to the party tonight?)
Isabel: Sí, seguro, no me la pierdo. (Yes, sure, I wouldn’t miss it.)

8. Evidentemente (Evidently, Of course)

Strength of Agreement: Strong, indicating obviousness

This phrase expresses that something is obvious or evident. It is a bit more formal and can be used in written and spoken contexts.

When the thing you’re addressing is totally obvious:

Alberto: ¿Entendiste las instrucciones del profesor? (Did you understand the teacher’s instructions?)
Clara: Evidentemente, eran bastante claras. (Of course, they were quite clear.)

9. Obviamente (Obviously, Of course)

Strength of Agreement: Strong, highlighting obviousness

“Obviamente” is similar to “evidentemente“, it expresses that something is very clear or obvious. It’s versatile and can be used in many contexts.

Another one example:

Raul: ¿Terminarás el proyecto a tiempo? (Will you finish the project on time?)
Carla: Obviamente, ya casi termino. (Obviously, I’m almost done.)

10. Indudablemente (Undoubtedly, Of course)

Strength of Agreement: Very strong, formal

This is a very strong, formal way to agree that leaves no room for doubt. You can use this expression when you’re 100% sure about the truth.

For instance:

Javier: ¿Confías en los resultados del análisis? (Do you trust the analysis results?)
Marta: Indudablemente, están bien fundamentados. (Undoubtedly, they are well-founded.)

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