Believe Someone or Believe in Someone? When Do We Need a Preposition?


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Believe someone and Believe in Someone-- these two phrasal verbs are not interchangeable.

To believe someone means to acknowledge that someone is telling the truth; he/she is not telling a lie.

On the other hand, to believe IN someone means that you your confidence in someone is complete. You believe in his/her ability to accomplish his/her goal.


Japanese Translation by: Google Translate 





Watch the YouTube video above to know more about these two phrasal verbs. Have a wonderful day! ^_^ 



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