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Hello guys!As far as I know, try khổng lồ V means that you are attempting to vày something and eventually fail, while try Ving means that you chạy thử with some other methods or tools lớn see if it works, in which case the action is completed.However, I am wondering if these two structures can be used in the same sentences & apply khổng lồ the same verb but with convey different meanings.I know this might sound complicated. Please look at the example below:1. I was tied to lớn a tree. I tried khổng lồ cut the rope with my teeth but it didn"t work. Then I try cutting it with my nail, which failed as well. 2. I received a gift yesterday. I tried to open it but the whole box was tied with a rope. Then I try cutting the rope with a pair of scissors but it didn"t work. Vì these two sentences make sense?The "try to" part represents the attempt lớn achieve a goal. While the "try ving" part means that some other methods are tried khổng lồ see if it works.I have this question because sometimes English verbs can mean that you have done the action but the effect might not be successful. I can say "Try opening the door with this key", which means that you can use this key as a test to mở cửa that door, but it doesn"t that I am telling you to lớn literally "open the door with this key và let"s see what would happen next."Or maybe I should say "Try using this key to xuất hiện the door" I hope I have made it clear enough.Any suggestions are welcome.Thanks.

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Hello people!Are you sure we"re all guys?As far as I know, try lớn V means that you are attempting to bởi vì something & eventually fail, It does not mean you eventually fail. You can try và succeed.while try Ving means that you thử nghiệm with some other methods or tools to lớn see if it works,No, no other methods are implied.in which case the kích hoạt is completed.It might complete the kích hoạt and it might not. Trying does not imply success or failure. It simply means attempting, making an effort.However, I am wondering if these two structures can be used in the same sentences and apply to the same verb Yes, they can.but with convey different meanings.No, they can"t.I know this might sound complicated. Please look at the example below:1. I was tied to lớn a tree. I tried lớn cut the rope with my teeth but it didn"t work. Then I tried cutting it with my nail, which failed as well. 2. I received a gift yesterday. I tried to open it but the whole box was tied with a rope. Then I tried cutting the rope with a pair of scissors but it didn"t work. Do these two sentences make sense?Yes, as corrected.The "tried to" part represents the attempt khổng lồ achieve a goal, That"s right.while the "tried ving" part means that some other methods were tried to see if they worked.That"s right, too. I have this question because sometimes English verbs can mean that you have done the kích hoạt but the effort might not be successful. To fail is to lớn be unsuccessful. I can"t think of a word that means might not succeed.I can say "Try opening the door with this key", which means that you can use this key as a thử nghiệm to open that door, but it doesn"t mean that I am telling you khổng lồ literally (no quotation marks, this isn"t a quote) open the door with this key & (delete let"s) see what happens next.

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Yes, it does. That"s exactly what it means.Or maybe I should say "Try using this key to xuất hiện the door." That"s fine, too. They"re both correct and natural & mean the same thing.I hope I have made it clear enough.Yes, you have. Any suggestions are welcome.Thanks.

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The meaning of the verb try doesn"t change when you use other conjugations, such as trying.This is true of all verbs. Changing conjugations does not change definitions.
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