Do both of these sentences have the same meaning? He's deeply cannot be trusted. He's deeply insecure.
Nov 5, 2018 10:24 PM
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He's deeply insecure = correct (He doesn't feel good about himself) He [really] can't be trusted (He's not an honest person)
November 5, 2018
'He's deeply cannot be trusted.' is grammatically incorrect. In fact, it contains many grammatical errors. It's simpler just to say, 'He cannot be trusted.' A person is generally either trustworthy or not.
November 5, 2018
No. The first one has strange grammar, but it has a very different meaning from sentence 2. He really cannot be trusted= you should not trust him. He will betray you. He's deeply insecure= he is always very nervous, and afraid that other people think bad things about him. He doesn't have much self-confidence or self-esteem. Insecure people are sometimes very trustworthy: they work hard to prove that other people should trust them.
November 5, 2018
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