Student or Learner
The vessel will arrive at HKG by the end of May, we will advise you at once, please 1) be patience or 2) to keep patience
Why is patient, but not patience? Thanks
One cannot be patient without the 'being'. I am patient, but not 'I patient'. Thus, 'please be patient' is the best form.
Patience, is a noun and so in your example would not fit. You could say: please have patience, but the vernacular is 'please be patient'.
Hi Shakespeare's brother,
Thank you for your explanation and share with me, I got it.