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    Correctness of a sentence

    Repose faith in God.
    Is the above sentence correct?

    You can tide over by just reposing faith in God.
    Is the above sentence correct?

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    Exclamation Re: Correctness of a sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by nizzar22 View Post
    Repose faith in God.
    Is the above sentence correct? Repose is a transitve verb and can take a direct object. Here 'faith' is the direct object. It means: have trust in God.

    You can tide over by just reposing faith in God.
    Is the above sentence correct?
    SKP

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