Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?
Consider the following sentence:
"How TO MANIFEST everything you want without havng to believe that it will work"
Does the verb 'to manifest' mean 'to get' or 'to make it real"?
- CogitoLv 710 months agoFavorite Answer
No-one would say that. The sentence doesn't make sense.
'Manifest' is not a very commonly used word. It means to show, or demonstrate - NOT 'to get'.
Maybe 'achieve' would be better, but the whole sentence sounds wrong.
- John PLv 710 months ago
That sentence seems to have been written by someone who likes using "long words" without always understanding them or how to use them in different contexts. That sentence as quoted does not have much meaning.