in doubt

want_warm

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I can't remember if I've ever posted any questions about the uses and meanings of " in doubt".
Anyway, no matter if I've ever posted it or not....., please tell me about how to use "in doubt" properly.
If you would not like to explain too long, just show me some examples of its uses.

Thank you a whole lot.
 
  • chat9998

    Senior Member
    English, US
    Hi want warm,

    "Lately, I am in doubt about whether I should continue going to school, or if I should get a job instead."

    "He's in doubt over the decisions he's faced with in today's age."

    Does that help? "In doubt," is nearly always followed by "about" or "over" and then follows whatever the person is in doubt about. :)

    Hope that helps, if you need further clarification, let me know!
    God bless,
    Jeff
     
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