He is sure of getting it / to get it


1)He is sure of getting it.

2)He is sure to get it.


I feel like both mean the same but some say the #2 means he will get it in the future but I do not get it. Could you tell me what is the difference between them? And I do not think the difference is about getting it in the future or in the past. What do you experts think? Thank you so much in advance.

asked Mar 17 '14 at 13:31 Hans Contributor

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