A: "Are you sure to continue?"
B: "Are you sure you want to continue?"
Is the first sentence grammatically correct? And what is the difference? Can they be used interchangeably?
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Are you sure to continue?
This is asking if it's a given that you will continue. A possible response is, "Yes, it's certain I will continue (to do this)."
Are you sure you want to continue?
This is asking you it's your desire to continue, regardless of whether you actually will or won't. A possible response is, "Yes, I'm sure I want to."