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    Question difference between Believe and Trust

    difference between Believe and Trust...
    could you explain??

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    Re: difference between Believe and Trust

    They have very different meanings. Look them up here - OneLook: General dictionary sites, and come back to this forum if you have any problems with the definitions you find.

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    Re: difference between Believe and Trust

    Quote Originally Posted by anil glpl View Post
    What is the difference between "believe" and "trust"?
    Could you explain? ?
    See my corrections above in red. Be careful with capitalisation and punctuation.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: difference between Believe and Trust

    Thank you........

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    Re: difference between Believe and Trust

    Quote Originally Posted by anil glpl View Post
    Thank you.
    A row of dots is not acceptable punctuation, anil, and please note that while your appreciation is welcome there is no need to write a new post to say thank you. Simply click the Like button on any posts you find helpful. It means that we don't have to open the thread again to read your new post and then find that it doesn't include any new information or an additional question.



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