Wendy Monika
What are the differences among these sentences? He devotes in doing his work day and night. He dedicated in doing his work day and night. He committed in doing his work day and night.
Aug 9, 2018 12:04 AM
Answers · 2
This would be a more natural way to say these sentences. He is devoted TO doing his work day and night. He is dedicated TO doing his work day and night. He is committed TO doing his work day and night. The word "devoted" refers to faithful attention often linked to affection or reverence. For example, "the man was devoted to his wife" The words "dedicated" and "committed" refer to the act of setting something aside. For example, "I have dedicated (committed) these funds to a repair for the roof". Hope this helps
August 9, 2018
First of all the sentences should read: 1) He is devoted to doing his work day and night. 2) He is dedicated to doing his work day and night. 3) He is committed to doing his work day and night. The differences are minor and all three mean essentially the same thing. The differences are in the implication or connotation of the verb used. devoted= total commitment, as in it is the persons life work, what they are doing is intrinsic to who they are. Their work defines them and is who they are. dedicated= he has promised himself that he would work day and night, he has made a pledge to do this. committed= he has promised someone else that he would work day and night, obligation
August 9, 2018
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