Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Motive"

Die Bedeutung von "Motive" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet Motive

"motive" includes strong nuance?
For example, when I'd like to ask why do you learn English to someone, can I use "motive" and also can I ask them such as below?

"What is the motive for learning English?"?

I think you would use "motivation" instead.

"What motivates you to learn English?"
What is the driving force behind your desire to learn English?

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Motives are the specific reasons for performing a specific action.
e.g. I killed Brian to get revenge on him for cheating with my wife. (motive: revenge)

Motivation is more what drives you, at a deeper level, to 'want' to do a certain action, or more commonly a longer lasting project or job.
e.g. I became a vet so that I could help relieve suffering in animals (motivation: to relieve suffering in animals)

Q: Was bedeutet Where his motive entirely altruistic?

Is it negative way to say??
A: If somebody asks "was his motive entirely altruistic?" then they are doubting whether the person's actions had entirely unselfish intentions.
So yes, this question is usually asked in a negative way: The speaker doesn't think that the motives of the person they are talking about are completely selfless.
Q: Was bedeutet What were the motives for your actions on the 17th??
A: it refers to date!!! (here !)
Q: Was bedeutet I'm casting about for motive where it's proven difficult to come by.?
A: I'm not sure, but I think it means "I'm trying to determine the motivation for this act, but it's hard to tell." It might instead mean "I'm trying to fi d the motivation to do things in my life, and I'm finding it hard to do."

Beispielsätze die "Motive" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit motive.
A: - After speaking to her for awhile, I realized what her motive for talking to me was.

- My motive was to be nice to everyone, but it came off as flirtatious.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit motive and motivation
whats the difference?.
A: His motive was unclear.
He has no motivation to go outside.

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit motive to .
A: motive is not followed by to. What's your motive?

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Motive" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen motive und motivation ?
A: They have similar meanings. You usually hear "motive" used in the context of crime.

What was the suspect's motive for killing the shop keeper?

I think "motivation" is more widely used in every day conversation.

What's your motivation for learning English?
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen motive und motivation ?
A: Motive and motivation have the same meaning but are sometimes not interchangable. For example, you can say "I have a lot of motivation" but " I have a lot of motive" is unnatural. "motive" is used a lot for describing motivation for crimes ("his motive for committing murder was his wife's infidelity")
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen motive und motivation und Why we should use motive to describe the reason a person kill another man, ?
A: Motive is describing his action. More of a mental action really. His motive to kill the man was greed.

While motivation is the urge to do something. The man had enough motivation to get up off the couch.

Hope this helps.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen motive und motivate ?
A: Motive is a noun, motivate is a verb.

Motive - closest Chinese phrase is 動機, a reason for doing something. "His motive for killing Sam was to silence a witness to his crime."

Motivate - to provide someone with a motive, or to impel someone to do something. 鼓勵

"She motivated herself to diet by thinking of beach season." (Getting ready for beach season is the motive here)
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen motive und motivate ?
A: Motive is usually a noun, such as cat, desk, and sun.
Motivate is a verb, such as yell, fly, and walk.

Motive is the reason that someone does something.

The cops knew the killer's motive.

He isn't selfless; he most certainly has an alternative motive.

Motivate is the action of increasing the interest or enthusiasm of someone to do something.

The speaker motivated me to begin a new life and live to the fullest.

Her personal trainer motivates her during a workout.

My teacher has motivated me to study harder.

Übersetzungen von "Motive"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? motive
A: "motive" có nghĩa là "động cơ" hoặc "động lực" trong Tiếng Việt.

Andere Fragen zu "Motive"

Q: I think those who follow their intrinsic motives will, at some point, get *large* amounts of external validation too. klingt das natürlich?
A: But consider "deepest" or "innermost" instead of "intrinsic."
Q: "what did motive you ? "
is it okay that ?
A: It’s correct to include “did” if you’re being emphatic. Like in the following example:

Person A: “My parents didn’t motivate me. My grades didn’t motivate me. My goals didn’t motivate me. My coach didn’t motivate me…”

Person B: “Okay… What did motivate you?” <— “did” should be in italics


In all other (non-emphatic) situations, leave out the “did”: “What motivated you?”
Q: What made you do so willingly?
The motive for traveling is just wanting to go there.
I think everybody can improve their skills by wanting.
In my case, I could practice guitar hard thanks to my girlfriend.
klingt das natürlich?
A: × I think everybody can improve their skills by wanting.
✓ I think everybody can improve their skills if they want to.

× In my case, I could practice guitar hard thanks to my girlfriend.
✓ In my case, I practice playing the guitar a lot more, thanks to my girlfriend.

Q: I got into K-pop.
I think this is a motive to learn Korean for me. klingt das natürlich?
A: Your sentences are right but I think it’s more common to say “reason” instead of “motive

(I think) this is my motive to learn Korean.
I think this is a great motive for me to learn Korean.

“for me” usually comes first after verb and before another preposition.

Q: "motive" How's my pronunciation? klingt das natürlich?
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen

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