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

The meaning of "Optimist" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does

(Ever the optimist, he insisted it wouldn't rain.)
A: He's always been an optimist , he insisted it wouldn't rain
Ever in this sentence means : always
Q: What does ​​Only an optimist thinks the woman in the phone booth will be right out because he heard her say goodbye. mean?
A: In this context it seems to mean that the man knows the woman will leave soon because she ended her conversation.

Example sentences using "Optimist"

Q: Please show me example sentences with optimist.
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Synonyms of "Optimist" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between optimist and optimistic ?
A: I am an optimist
I am optimistic
Optimist is a noun
Optimistic is an adjective
Q: What is the difference between optimist and upbeat ?
A: An "optimist" is a person who always views the positive side of things, even when things are going very wrong.

"Charlie is an optimist, even now when he's completely broke."
An "upbeat" person is someone who is usually happy and cheerful.

"Alice is always upbeat and cheerful, she really fills the office with a positive atmosphere."
Q: What is the difference between optimist and optimistic ?
A: Optimist- person who is optimistic - it’s a noun
Optimistic- it’s an adjective.
Optimistic person is optimist.
Optimist is a person who thinks positively all the time

Translations of "Optimist"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? An optimist thinks that all _____ well with the world.
A) will be B) is
the right answer is B
and I think the A is also correct but not why?
A: They are both correct, A makes more sense because optimism means expecting good things in the future. So the future tense 'will be' makes more sense but B is also ok.

Other questions about "Optimist"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce optimists.
A: op-tih-miss-ts
Q: What's right?

They're __________ .

a) optimist
b) optimists
A: b) optimists is right because They're = they are is plural. Optimist is a noun, and its plural is optimists. On the other hand, if you wanted to use an adjective, then you'd say, "They're optimistic."
Q: If you want to become an optimist, you need to have objective attitude. Does this sound natural?
A: I feel like objective is not the right word here, objective means free of personal prejudices and optimistic is being positive about everything, having hope etc. I mean its not wrong but it doesn't suit. Maybe you could say if you want to become an optimist, you need to have forgiving attitude. Or use buoyant attitude instead.
Q: I'm apparently acting like an optimist. Does this sound natural?
A: Apparently, I'm acting like an optimist.
Q: I'm an optimist, my outlook in life is everytime positive, and I always try to find out positive sides in different unpleasant situations Does this sound natural?
A: I'm an optimist. My outlook on life is very positive and I always try to see the positive side of even the most unpleasant situation.

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