Common English phrasal verbs | Believe in

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When you believe in something or somebody you are sure that something or somebody exists.

Examples of use:

  • Do you believe in God?
  • I didn’t believe in ghosts until I stayed in an old castle in Romania: now I’m certain they exist.
  • My children still believe in fairies.
  • They need a leader they can believe in.
  • I never thought I could make it as an actor, but my parents always believed in me.

To believe in something is to have a strong belief that something is good or right.

Examples of use:

  • My grandparents believed in working hard and helping others.
  • They do not believe in the death penalty.
  • We believe in discipline for our children, but we don’t believe in hitting them.
  • We don’t believe in living together before marriage.

When you believe in somebody, you have confidence that they are a good trustworthy person, or that they can do something well.

Examples of use:

  • We still believe in you.
  • I want to believe in you, but you lied to me about everything.
  • Don’t worry about your exams. We believe in you and we know you will do well.
  • You can get through these problems. I believe in you.

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