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Phrasal Verbs

believe in

This page is about the phrasal verb believe in

Meaning: If you believe in something, you're sure that it's true or it really exists.

For example:

  • believe in sth Not many people in Europe believe in ghosts, but many people in Asia do.

  • believe in sth Mahatma Gandhi believed in the power of non-violent protest.

Nouns often used as objects with believe in: ghosts, spirits, God, UFOs, reincarnation, democracy, non-violence

Quick Quiz:

Danny doesn't believe in life after death. He thinks that death is

a. the end

b. not the end

c. the beginning

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