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

The meaning of "Inspire" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "inspire" mean?
A: It basically means to motivate someone to do something (especially if it’s creative), e.g: her love of drawing inspired her to become an artist. -> because she loves drawing so much, it motivated her to become an artist.

Q: What does divinely inspired. mean?
A: Inspiration means to feel mentally stimulated to do or feel something. Divinely inspired means to be mentally or spiritually stimulated to do or feel something by god. Prophets are divinely inspired to teach the message of god.
Q: What does You inspired me. mean?
A: you have made me felt a certain way to do something creative

Example sentences using "Inspire"

Q: Please show me example sentences with inspire.
A: "You inspire me to be a better person."

"The movie inspired her to be kind to others."

"The beautiful scenery will inspire him to make a painting."

"I wish for my music to inspire hope in those who are struggling."
Q: Please show me example sentences with inspire and motivate.
A: bts' music inspire people to love themselves.

this video motivated me to do more exercises by showing us the consequences of not exercising enough.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I’m inspired about .
A: I am not familiar with this, but I have heard “inspired by” many times.

Ex. I was inspired to write this poem by my trip to the beautiful mountains.

The design of this cake was inspired by (cartoon name).

My father believed in helping others. His example inspired me to become a firefighter.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "inspire".
A: To inspire is to be the motivating force behind someone's actions. For example, “He was tired, but she inspired him to continue to try.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with inspire .
A: I want to inspire people with my music.
This painting is inspiring.
I feel inspired after listening to this song.
What inspires you the most?

Synonyms of "Inspire" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between inspire and cue ?
A: Sorry, I can’t speak Japanese.

They are very different.

“Inspire” means to make someone passionate about doing something.
Ex. 1)“You inspired me to become a doctor.”
Ex. 2)“You inspire me to be a better person every day.”

“Cue” comes from acting. The action or phrase that lets the actor know he must do something is the cue. In colloquial english, it is used when something is subtly mentioned. If two people were eating dinner together and it was late, they might say:
Ex. 1) “It’s getting pretty late.” “I guess that’s my cue to leave.”
Q: What is the difference between inspire and motivate ?
A: when you are inspired, you are following an example or a conceptualized goal. for example, you can be inspired by another person or another person’s goals/achievements.
being motivated is having a reason to do something. for example, you are motivated to work hard because you want a reward.
Q: What is the difference between inspire and encourage ?
A: Inspiring is like giving someone an idea from afar because of your actions. It's not given to specific people and the advice isn't usually specific. Famous people are often inspirations.

Example: He was so inspired by the brave firefighters that saved him that he decided to become a firefighter when he grew up.

Encouraging is like helping a certain person reach their specific goals through your actions. People closer to you like family and friends often encourage you.

Example: My teacher encourages me to study for my math test by promising me a candy if I pass.
Q: What is the difference between inspire and encourage ?
A: To inspire someone is to stimulate them to do something because they liked what they saw or heard. Someone may be inspired to try and emulate a famous person because they liked their work.

For example:
"She was inspired to become a singer after hearing that song on the radio."

"With my art, I hope to inspire someone else to become an artist."

To encourage someone is to cheer them on, and support their actions and goals.
"I always encourage people to follow their dreams."

It can also be used to suggest that someone should do something.
"My mother encouraged me to become a doctor."
Q: What is the difference between inspire and inspirit ?
A: inspirit means to encourage somebody, to strengthen one's heart

"The positive answer inspirited him."

inspire means to give somebody an urge to do something

"The song inspired her to take guitar lessons."

Translations of "Inspire"

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Other questions about "Inspire"

Q: They inspired me to study English because I wanted to know what they were saying. Does this sound natural?
A: × They inspired me to study English because I wanted to know what they were saying.
✓ They inspired me to learn English because I wanted to know what they were saying.

Q: Please show me how to pronounce What inspired you to start ?.
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Q: It would possibly inspire you. Does this sound natural?
A: Might I inspire you?
Q: You inspire me everyday. Does this sound natural?
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