- You use of course to suggest that something is usual or well-known, and should be expected by the person you are talking to.
- The weather, of course, changes from day to day.
- Winning gold was difficult, of course.
- Of course it's important to back up your files.
- You use of course to make what you say sound stronger.
- Can you try again? Of course you can.
- Of course two plus two is four. What else would it be?
- "Would you help me?" "Of course!"
- "Would it be OK to be a bit late?" "Of course not! Hurry up!"