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

The meaning of "Arise" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does arose mean?
A: it means it began or started to exist.

examples:
1. The sport arose in 1895.
2. These problems arose when we ignored the help of our friends.
Q: What does arise mean?
A: Arise means to rise
Q: What does arise mean?
A: Arise means to come up or rise

Example sentences using "Arise"

Q: Please show me example sentences with arise.
A: When problems in life arise, we have to be able to rise up and conquer it.

Many mistakes can arise from a simple misunderstanding.

The clouds arose in the sky to reveal a sunny day.

The man arose from the ground.

Magnetic fields arise from the flow of current.





Q: Please show me example sentences with arise.
A: EX:
Arise! It's time to wake up.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with arise .
A: When the opportunity arises, (機会が来たら)
Q: Please show me example sentences with arise.
A: Arise is not common in every day speech - usually only in literature.

Some examples:
- He arose with the morning sun.
- The birds arise at the sound of the horn.
- Arise! (used as a command)

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Synonyms of "Arise" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between arise and rise ?
A: Rise means to move from a lower position to a higher one. Past tense is rose E.g The sun rose.
The boy rose to his feet from a sitting position.
Did the price of bread rise?
Arise can be used when a problem or situation suddenly happens
E.g I was meant to travel yesterday but a problem arose so i couldn't travel anymore.
It can also be used to show that something is a result of another thing.
E.g Many issues arise from a lack of communication.
Q: What is the difference between arise and happen and take place ?
A: Problems arise, things happen, and events take place. "A problem arose when trying to start the car." "Something happened yesterday but we are not sure about all the details." "There is an event taking place in the University's conference room."
Q: What is the difference between arise and rise ?
A: Arise is used when something occurred.

Example: The problems she is facing had arise.

Rise means something moved to a higher place.

Example:
She was not expecting the rise of prices in the market.
Q: What is the difference between arise and occur ?
A: They are pretty much the same, in the sense of something "happens".
Q: What is the difference between arise and get up ?
A: Arise is more formal, perhaps considered stilted. Get up is more casual yet more directed and insistent! Get up NOW!

Translations of "Arise"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? arise
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? arises
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce arose and arise.
A: arose/arise
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