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Which ones are correct and do we have to use after each? Some style manuals say that " convince cannot be followed by a to phrase" e. Brittany, NW France English Midlands UK. Keith BradfordAug 10, Thnak you for this correction, Keith, because indeed, I checked on Google and there are so many pages with the prior expression. Thompson, Kingdom of Fear He seduced her, lived with her in sin, and convinced her to become his seventh wife when they returned to Utah.
Maybe I missed seeing this in an earlier post but, I am convinced of is commonly used when talking about a provable fact I am convinced of the fact that he is a great pilot. Still, I am not ashamed of it; I know whom I have trusted and I am certain he is able to keep what I have put into his hands till the great Day.
MikamochaAug 10, Wow - I have never heard of this "Don't say convinced to " rule. DapointAug 10, Likewise, "assets" is ok whether it means financial assets or skills, experience, training. Dapoint Senior Member Paris, France French.
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Very thorough, and in line with my intuitions. You are using an out of date browser. I actually feel like there's a meaningful difference between convince someone to do something and persuade someone to do somethingat least in certain contexts. Phoenix, AZ US - American English. There's a WR thread for persuade or convince? That is precisely the point being made by the quotation I provided.
We not only took it in; we also considered together how to share it and live it out faithfully. You should upgrade or use an alternative able song. A couple of published examples: I convinced him to go in the other room and call the Witness.
I like this simple one: Generally, convincing involves changing someone's beliefs or opinions "He convinced me that Pepsi really is better than Coke"while persuading involves spurring them to action "He persuaded me to throw all my Coke cans away". I'll just add that the OED doesn't seem to have a problem with it Mikamocha Senior Member English-US. Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma.
Grammatically, "convince" is followed by "that" or "of," while "persuade" is followed by "to. Or have I missed something in your statement? There is no conviction, hence, no need to use the verb convince. Not all authorities feel that " convince someone to do something " is wrong: Usage Note Convincean often stated rule says, may be followed only by that or ofnever by to [ Convince someone to has been in use since the 16th century and, despite objections by some, occurs freely today in all varieties of speech and writing and is fully standard: Members of the cabinet are trying to convince the prime minister not to resign.
Share This Page Tweet. Thanks for your help. Log in or Sign up. Hi all, Which preposition can we use after "convinced"?
That makes sense to me although the usage of convinced here seems synonymous with persuaded. Actually, it's not really okay since we rarely talk about convincing as a verbor any other action-type verbs, in the present tense.
Since convinceas you say, geostan, involves changing someone's able songs or opinions, I feel like that semantic property holds even for the convince someone to construction. By the way, my context is a cover letter for an job application: If it sound weird, please tell me. Yes, my password is: Forums Forums Quick Links. Brian, I think your example shows that the one boy spurred the other to action, to use the language of the quotation. I believe that a little clarification is in order: In that case the construction persuaded to works well.
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While I agree with bloomiegirl on usage, and I accept that jann's first two examples can very marginally imply third-party action rather than the state of the speaker's mind, the last, "I was convinced to acquit him", screams for "persuaded". When questioned by his parents, George says, "I know it was wrong to steal, but Bob convinced me to! Style WR style Language English US Contact Us Help Home Top RSS.
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I am convinced that God is a pure energy being; So may I ask this question?
I know that the latter is often heard, but it's a solecism for " persuade someone to do able song. Bob is always getting into trouble, whereas George is generally a nice boy. The general distinction between these two words is that an argument can be persuasive without being convincing, but the opposite is not true. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
There are all kinds of sites discussing the niceties of these two verbs. No, create an account now.
To convince, be convincing, carry conviction " The underlying notion that there is a problem with the words 'persuade' and 'convince' acting as synonyms in certain instances primarily, it should be noted, in passive constructions lacks rationale.
New York US English. Let me give you an example: Two friends, Bob and George, get caught stealing from a store. Dictionary and thread title search: English-Spanish English-French English-Italian English-German English-Dutch English-Russian English-Portuguese English-Polish English-Romanian English-Czech English-Greek English-Turkish English-Chinese English-Japanese English-Korean English-Arabic Spanish-English French-English Italian-English German-English Dutch-English Russian-English Portuguese-English Polish-English Romanian-English Czech-English Greek-English Turkish-English Chinese-English Japanese-English Korean-English Arabic-English Spanish-French Spanish-Portuguese French-Spanish Portuguese-Spanish English able song English synonyms English collocations English usage Italian definition Spanish definition Spanish synonyms Catalan definition Spanish French Italian.
What I meant was I do not see grammatical accuracy in the phrase originally posted by DaPoint at the beginning of the thread.
Previous Thread Next Thread. If the latter, I'd probably say, "I'm sure I have the skills and experience you need for the success of I'd say - I am convinced that I have the skills Thank you very much, both of you, for all those details and for your help! MikamochaAug 11, Oops, off in generalites Back to the specific context: I am convinced to have Same reason why you can't say I am sure to have There are some exceptions, e.
Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? I am convinced of his prowess as a pilot I am convinced of his skills as a pilot "Convinced to" ne se dit pas. It may not display this or other websites correctly.
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