What is believe example?

What is believe example? He had reason to believe that they would accept his offer. = He had reason for believing that they would accept his offer. “Has he accepted the job?” “I believe so.” = “So I believe.” “Has he accepted the job?” “I believe not.” = “I don’t believe so.”

Is believe a strong word? Most of the time, when people ask the second question, I say, “I believe the word “believe” is the most powerful word in any language. It’s more powerful than the word love. People tell other people they love them everyday and don’t mean it. It’s more powerful than faith.

What is the dictionary meaning of the word believe? verb (used without object), be·lieved, be·liev·ing. to have confidence in the truth, the existence, or the reliability of something, although without absolute proof that one is right in doing so: Only if one believes in something can one act purposefully. verb (used with object), be·lieved, be·liev·ing.

How can I say believe in English? 

What is believe example? – Additional Questions

What is the opposite form of believe?

What is the opposite of believe?
distrust disregard
refute disbelieve
dismiss dispute
reject ignore
misdoubt contend

What are the synonyms of believe?

synonyms for believe
  • accept.
  • admit.
  • conclude.
  • consider.
  • have.
  • hold.
  • regard.
  • suppose.

How do you say believe me?

Synonyms
  1. trust in.
  2. have faith in.
  3. place reliance on.
  4. place your trust in.
  5. pin your faith on.
  6. place confidence in.

How do you speak to believe?

Break ‘believe’ down into sounds: [BI] + [LEEV] – say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them. Record yourself saying ‘believe’ in full sentences, then watch yourself and listen.

What is a correct pronunciation?

Pronunciation is the way in which a word or a language is spoken. This may refer to generally agreed-upon sequences of sounds used in speaking a given word or language in a specific dialect (“correct pronunciation”) or simply the way a particular individual speaks a word or language.

How do you speak because?

How do you say no way?

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How do you say have in British?

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How do you say emoji in Japanese?

絵-文字 only in Japanese conversations, and Ee-mole-ji everywhere else perhaps? I am sure 99% of people from Japan pronounce it as Eh-Mo-Ji 😂 I never thought of other variations until I watched a video this morning.

How do you say hi in English?

How do you greet a girl?

Engage her like you would any friend.

A simple “Hello” or “Hey” is always a great place to start. If you’re greeting a girl who is more like one of your guy friends, bump fists with her or give her a playful nudge. If you two are close enough give her a hug, as physical touch can strengthen relationships.

What do you reply to Hello?

To respond to “Hey!” with your own “Hey!” is most appropriate when you know the person to whom you’re responding.

What is hello in Old English?

Bill Bryson asserts in his book Mother Tongue that “hello” comes from Old English hál béo þu (“Hale be thou”, or “whole be thou”, meaning a wish for good health; cf. “goodbye” which is a contraction of “God be with ye”).

How do you say love in Old English?

From Middle English love, luve, from Old English lufu, from Proto-West Germanic *lubu, from Proto-Germanic *lubō, from Proto-Indo-European *lewbʰ- (“love, care, desire”).

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