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

The meaning of "Earnest" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa earnest answers?
A: Earnest-honest
Q: O que significa He is an earnest worker?
A: Are you sure ? sorry , I don't think so, b/c He is already a worker.
Q: O que significa my earnest prayer?
A: The real prayer from the heart.
Q: O que significa In earnest?
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Example sentences using "Earnest"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com earnest.
A: He was an earnest man.
She had an earnest heart.
They said an earnest prayer.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com earnest.
A: He tried in earnest to get the gold medal
He earnestly struggled through his exam
To be earnest, is to try your absolute hardest, even if it is hard

Synonyms of "Earnest" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre He's earnest. e He's deligent. ?
A: "Earnest" is sincere. A pure heart. "Diligent" is studying or working responsibly. Earnest is a feeling. Diligence is actually doing it.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre earnest e sincere ?
A: earnest = eager
sincere = honest and from the heart
Q: Qual é a diferença entre earnest (N.) e earnestness(N.) ?
A: Earnest can sort of be used as a noun, like 'they have earnest', but even then, it is actually an adjective and the noun to go with it is omitted - is there a specific sentence you wanted to use it in?
Q: Qual é a diferença entre earnest e seriousness ?
A: First, earnest is an adjective and seriousness is a noun. Second, earnest often implies sincere or honest where serious does not. You might have "and earnest desire to help the poor." Serious does not have that implication and also has a wide range of uses. Seriousness the noun is not used particularly often. I sometimes use the phrase "in all seriousness" (meaning "what I said before might have been a joke but this isn't"). I guess I might comment on someone's seriousness, but usually there is another word or way to talk about it.

Translations of "Earnest"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? earnest
A:

advance payment something
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? earnest
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Other questions about "Earnest"

Q: I began learning English in earnest 3 years ago. At that time, English a teacher gave me a piece of advice, which is memorizing an easy English book. But I couldn’t have face in effect of the practice. In the first place, I didn’t want to take the trouble to lean a book by heart. It sounded too hard to actually do. However, these days I finally realized how wonderful and beneficial that practice is. I had no choice but to make it a habit of reading a book time and time again. Of course, it’s impossible to memorize a whole book. But it’s not difficult to remember only some sentences. Thanks to this new way of practicing, I feel like my daily is more easy-to-read though I’m not sure whether you agree or not. soa natural?
A: × At that time, English a teacher gave me a piece of advice, which is memorizing an easy English book.
✓ At that time, an English teacher gave me a piece of advice, which was to memorize an easy English book.

× But I couldn’t have face in effect of the practice.
✓ ?

× In the first place, I didn’t want to take the trouble to lean a book by heart.
✓ In the first place, I didn’t want to take the trouble to learn a book by heart.

× Thanks to this new way of practicing, I feel like my daily is more easy-to-read though I’m not sure whether you agree or not.
✓ ?

Q: He is an earnest kind young good-looking student.

Is the order of the adjectives correct?
A: Technically they can be in any order, but to my ear this sounds best for some reason: “He is a kind, earnest, good-looking young man.”
Q: (Sorry, but I only want to ask native English speakers.)

He is an earnest person. He works hard and never tells a lie. soa natural?
A: Any lies would be better than a lie :) Other than that, it’s wonderful!
Q: When I started learning English in earnest, I changed my cell phone's language setting to English, but it was difficult to adapt to it, but now I find Korean language setting more uncomfortable. soa natural?
A: The two phrases that begin with “but” make it a run-on sentence. Many people speak this way, but making it two sentences is better.

When I started learning English in earnest, I changed my cell phone's language setting to English. It was difficult to adapt to it, but now I find Korean language setting more uncomfortable.
Q: I tried in good earnest to get someone to chat with, only to get so few responses. So damn hard to flirt. soa natural?
A: Yes it is a word, I just don't think it is very commonly used.

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