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Difference between believe in and trust in



 
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Difference between believe in and trust in #1 (permalink) Mon Dec 19, 2005 17:15 pm   Difference between believe in and trust in
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #72 "How to encourage", question 7

I've watched a lot of young people try to make a success of it, but you're the only one I really ......... in.

(a) think
(b) trust
(c) hold
(d) believe

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #72 "How to encourage", answer 7

I've watched a lot of young people try to make a success of it, but you're the only one I really believe in.

Correct answer: (d) believe

Your answer was: incorrect
I've watched a lot of young people try to make a success of it, but you're the only one I really trust in.
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Hi
Please tell me what is the difference between "believe in" and "trust in"?
For example we say " In God we trust".

Thanks.
Elka Cooper
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Difference between believe in and trust in #2 (permalink) Mon Dec 19, 2005 17:32 pm   Difference between believe in and trust in
 

English Learner wrote:
English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #72 "How to encourage", question 7

I've watched a lot of young people try to make a success of it, but you're the only one I really ......... in.

(a) think
(b) trust
(c) hold
(d) believe

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #72 "How to encourage", answer 7

I've watched a lot of young people try to make a success of it, but you're the only one I really believe in.

Correct answer: (d) believe

Your answer was: incorrect
I've watched a lot of young people try to make a success of it, but you're the only one I really trust in.
_________________________

Hi
Please tell me what is the difference between "believe in" and "trust in"?
For example we say " In God we trust".

Thanks.


Hi,

Believe in someone means you accept what they say and do but trust in means that you can accept what they say and do and so you have confidence in them and follow what they suggest.

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