Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Believe"

The meaning of "Believe" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I can't believe that he popped out of me mean?
A: this makes no sense without context...

my guess, would be it’s a woman talking about her child:

“i can’t believe he came out of my uterus!” < said in a funny way
Q: What does if you can believe it possible mean?
A: "If you believe its possible"
Q: What does and believe me.. I saw "red" mean?
A: Seeing red means to become very angry.
Q: What does It’s believed mean?
A: (some people believe) người ta tin.
Some people believed Stubby...

Hope that helps.
Q: What does believe me over you mean?
A: In context this means that someone will believe what you say instead of, in this case, me or whoever you are saying this to.
For example:
Person A: I'm going to tell my mother what you said.
Person B: Go ahead. She is going to believe me over you.

Example sentences using "Believe"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I believe I can do it.
A: Bạn phát âm sai từ “ believe” mất rồi.
Q: Please show me example sentences with should and believe.
A: You should be nice to those around you.
You should finish you work.
Do not believe everything you hear.
If you believe you can achieve.
Q: Please show me example sentences with believe .
A: I believe that everyone should get married.
I believe Alice said we were going on holiday next week.
Q: Please show me example sentences with believe in.
A: Do you believe in aliens?
Atheists don't believe in a god.
I believe in you; you can do it!
Q: Please show me example sentences with I can’t believe.
A: I can't believe you drove all the way here.

Synonyms of "Believe" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I can't believe it and I don't believe it ?
A: "I can't believe it" is usually used to show surprise - "I can't believe that she stole the milk"
"I don't believe it" is usually used when you don't think/believe something happened. - "I don't believe she would steal from us"
Q: What is the difference between I can't believe that. and I don't believe that. ?
Context-wise, none. They're as synonymous as can be.

Literally speaking,
I CAN'T believe - means you lack the ability to believe, you're unable to.

I DON'T believe - means the opposite from believing, not fulfilling the process of belief.
Q: What is the difference between I believe you and I believe in you ?
A: I believe you means more that you believe what someone is saying, probably when the person you are believing in is being accused of something.
For example:
Person 1: "I didn't take your pencil!"
Person 2: "I believe you."

"I believe in you" is used when you are saying that you believe in something that a person can do. It's usually used to reassure someone.
For example:
Person 1: "I don't know if I can do it."
Person 2: "It'll be ok, I believe in you."

Sorry, that may sound complicated, so if that doesn't help let me know.
Q: What is the difference between I believe and I guess and I think ?
A: They can be used similarly or differently, but they sound very different.

I believe that education should be free. (this sounds opinionated but you sound very sure of yourself.)

I believe there is a God. (belief can be spiritual.)

I think that education should be free. (sounds a little less sure of yourself. maybe open to other ideas? easily influenced?)

I think about it all the time. (actively thinking about something)

I guess that school should be free. (this makes you sound unsure of yourself, like you don't really care)

I guess the answers on the test. (guessing on tests because you are unsure of the answer.)

I hope this helps :)
Q: What is the difference between I can't believe and I can't imagine ?
A: They mean two totally different things. You'd use "I can't believe" to doubt that something is real or that it really happened. You'd use "I can't imagine" when you just can't see something happening in the way you can't project it in your head.

I am not very familiar with japanese but with some online help I think the verbs would be:
Believe = 信じる
Imagine =想像する

Translations of "Believe"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? あなたをブロックした人がいるなんて信じられない!(I can’t believe 〜!)
A: Not really. It kinda adds emphasis to the sentence. But removing it doesn't affect the meaning at all.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? believebelieve in 的区别
A: Believe somebody: think that somebody is telling the truth.
- I didn't steal his money!
- I believe you.

Believe [sentence]: think that [sentence] is true.
- I believe he will win the election.
- You've seen how many people hate him. How can you believe that?

Believe in something: think that something exists.
- The ancient Greeks believed in many gods. Christians only believe in one God. Atheists don't believe in any gods at all.

Believe in somebody: think that somebody can accomplish their goals.
- I need to get a 90 on this test to pass the class.
- You've been studying hard. You can get that 90. I believe in you.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? believe
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I can not believe
A: That is how you say it in English, but we usually add more words at the end. :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? believe in yourself
A: Your question was "written" wrong. You should know it (you wouldn't do such a mistake like this - I explain to you since I truly doubt that you are an English native speaker) for someone who pretends to speak English fluently.........

Other questions about "Believe"

Q: I can't believe what she just said! Does this sound natural?
A: sounds good, but another and more common way of putting it would be; i cant believe she just said that!
Q: 1)I believe in you
2)I believe you
Which one is correct?
A: Both are correct!
“I believe in you” = motivating someone
“I believe you” = you trust their judgement
Q: I genuinely believed myself to be able to do it Does this sound natural?
A: The best way to say it is "I imagined myself chilling out on the beach"
Q: I believe in you. You sure you can do it well? Does this sound natural?
A: It'll be better to say 'Are you sure you can do it well?'
Q: Although It's hard to believe, I've been believing. Does this sound natural?
A: Although it's hard to believe, I believe.

(You are changing the verb tense, I think, so it is messing up the sentence)

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