Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Undoubtedly"

Synonyms of "Undoubtedly" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Undoubtedly and Doubtless ?
A: They mean the same
Q: What is the difference between Undoubtedly, she has a rich knowledge not only with marketing but with the business field. and Undoubtedly, she has a rich knowledge not only of marketing but of the business field. ?
A: Yes. That is correct. You can't have knowledge with something. Only knowledge of something.

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Q: Undoubtedly, the standard answer to the question 34. is C. But I’m wondering whether option B is also acceptable, especially referring that Claire’s planning to buy “more than one smartphone”. Thx!
A: With the words 'really' 'much' 'very' and 'too' these do not make sense sorry!

You can say 'I am planning to buy A FEW/ A LOT' (must be rich haha!)
Q: Undoubtedly, one of the most important elements of branding is professionally made logo. It enables visual identification of a company, thus it is important to entrust the logo to professionals who have wealth of experience and an impressive portfolio. does this sound natural?
A: You miss some particles. You need to have “a” in there sometimes. “...of branding is a professionally made...” and “professionals who have a wealth of experience”.
Q: Undoubtedly, you're literally my everything...
Even if the world changed, even if the policy altered, even if the society prohibited our relationship, even if we are going to face the tremendous amount of difficulties, hurdles, I am definitely so sure to say that YOU ARE MY EVERYTHING! does this sound natural?
A: You're literally/undoubtedly my everything...
Even if the world changes, even if policies alter, even if society prohibits our relationship, even if we face tremendous amounts of difficulties/hurdles, I can definitely be sure to say that YOU WILL STILL BE MY EVERYTHING!
Q: Undoubtedly, when a developing country offers more career advancement and employment, it will decrease the likelihood of the migration and reduce the good workers’ shortage. However, the return, from developed countries, may also happen. Some people’s reasons will indeed have greater importance than others, but oftentimes, the homeland’s social and economical improvements motivate the return. does this sound natural?
A: Undoubtedly, when a developing country offers more advancement in careers and employment, it will decrease the likelihood of migration, and reduce the shortage of good workers. However, the return of those in other developed countries may also happen. Some people's reasons will indeed have greater importance than others, but oftentimes, the homeland's social and economical improvements will motivate their return.

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