Feb 16

korien_feb16“You have to try this tea I bought!”

“I wasn’t sure if I would like it, but I tried it and it was great.”

“Have you tried rebooting your computer?”

“You won’t know if you can solve that homework problem until you actually try.”


“Try” means to do something when you’re not sure what the result will be. We often use it to talk about sampling food, entertainment, etc. that we aren’t sure we will like, or attempting to do something when we don’t know if we will succeed.









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