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

The meaning of "Confuse" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does confuse mean?
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Q: What does I confused me mean?
A: Would be like, "I'm wrong", if you meant 'estoy equivocado'.
Q: What does a rather confused mean?
A: It means you are having trouble understanding something.
Q: What does It's very confused mean?
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Example sentences using "Confuse"

Q: Please show me example sentences with confuse.
A: in present tense you can say " I often confuse (those 2 words) "
but we usually say that in past tense as : " I am confused about what decision to make "
or "I am confused about what my friend said to me last night"
Q: Please show me example sentences with confuse.
A: “I am confused as to why no one showed up for the party”
“The magician’s tricks confused the whole audience”
“Twins look alike so it is easy to get them confused
Q: Please show me example sentences with confuse.
A: I’m confused.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tough an rough ( frequently I confuse and forget them:/).
A: The boxer was tough . (meaning strong )
The sand was rough. (meaning not smooth)

Synonyms of "Confuse" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between confuse and perplex ?
A: Confuse: to put someone in a situation where they do not understand what is going on.
Perplex: To put someone is a situation where they know something to be correct, but they do not understand why it is correct.
Q: What is the difference between I’m just confused and I’m a little confused ?
A: “I’m a little confused” is like “I just don’t really understand.” “I just confused” is like “I don’t understand anything”
Q: What is the difference between confuse and puzzle and bother ?
A: Confuse and puzzle is the same. Bother is different. “Bother” is similar to “annoy” or “disturb”
For example : “Your brother is studying for his exam. Stop bothering him.”
Q: What is the difference between I’m confused and I’ve been confused and I’m being confused and I’ll be confused and I’ll have been confused ?
A: When you say “I’m confused.” That means that you are currently confused at the thing recently said.

When you say “I’ve been confused” it means that you have been confused about that topic or statement for a while, not just recently.

“I’m being confused” sounds rather unnatural, but this would mean the same thing as “I’m confused.”

“I’ll be confused” means that in the future when the topic comes up, you will be confused about it once it is said or done.

“I’ll have been confused” sounds very unnatural, you would probably hear nobody say it. It is so unnatural I can’t even think about what it would mean.

In case you don’t know what confused means

Confused - Unable to think clearly; bewildered

Examples for your question.

“Man, this question is so hard! I’m confused!”

“I’ve been confused about this topic for ages, I don’t think I’ll ever understand it.”
Q: What is the difference between I'm confused and I'm mixed ?
A: To me, confused means you don't understand something.
Ex: I'm confused on the math homework.
As for "I'm mixed," it means something more like you have conflicted feelings. You feel different feelings for one thing or choice. Ex: I have mixed feelings about whether I should go to my friend's house or go watch the new movie.
Hope this helped :)

Translations of "Confuse"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? confuse
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? i'm so confused
A: I am so confused.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I'm
I'm confused
A: I slightly over pronounce the d, but this is how to pronounce it.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I'm confused, how can I know when I must use "other" or "another"?
A: other is used when you want a different item

another is asking for one more of the same item

for example

ask another question like this I like these kinds


as opposed to

I hate these questions I prefer the other ones you asked yesterday !

Other questions about "Confuse"

Q: I'm always confused by those two. does this sound natural?
A: It is not necessarily the same meaning as “I always get mixed up between those two.”

Each of the two (Whatever) in the first sentence could just be confusing on their own without anything to do with the other.

Now, if you said “I always get confused between those two” the two sentences would be much closer to the same.
Q: What I’m confused here is why he used past tense. does this sound natural?
A: × What I’m confused here is why he used past tense.
✓ What I’m confused about is why he used past tense here.

You are confused about “why he used past tense HERE”. This refers to a specific part of the sentence.
Q: Sorry, I may you confused. does this sound natural?
A: --> "Sorry, I may *have confused you* "

日本語では?
Q: Please show me how to pronounce confuse and confused and confusing.
A: I tried to say them a little slower the second time sorry if I went a little fast!
Q: I confused. does this sound natural?
A: Yes! ‘I got confused’, it is past tense though, ‘I am confused’ is present. ‘You got me confused’ is not grammatically correct, but many English speakers use it as slang/informal.

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