As verbs the difference between receive and accept is that receive is to get, to be given something while the other party is the active partner (opposite: to obtain) while accept is to receive, especially with a consent, with favour, or with approval.
Is accepting the same as agreeing?
Key Difference: Accept refers to the consent for the offering or something, whereas agree refers to possess same opinion or to grant consent. In case, he receives the thing being offered especially with a consent or approval, then it is regarded as accepted.
When to use accepts and accept?
Weathervane thank you for the response. So, its same as @smock said, if its singular then accepts, if its plural, then accept. Thats incorrect. Accept follows the typical regular conjugation: (singular) I accept, you accept, he/she accepts; (plural) we accept, you accept, they accept. –13 Aug 2019
Can you accept something but not agree with it?
If we reverse the terms and change the context slightly, you could certainly say I accept your orders, but I dont agree with them. Thats to say, you can (unwillingly, reluctantly) accept and go along with a decision if youre being forced to, even though in principle you dont agree with the decision.
Will you accept VS would you accept?
Use will. Would is conditional, but you havent mentioned a condition. Youd use would in the following, for example: I would accept your arrangement for the date on which I go to Japan, if I could get the time off work.
Had received Vs received?
In verb tenses we received is simple past we had received is past perfect. The simple past is used to describe actions and/or events that are now completed and no longer true in the present. The past perfect describes completed events that took place in the past before another past event.
Will wait or would wait?
The difference in meaning is between the Future Indefinite (will you) and subjunctive mood (would you wait) is that in the former case the necessity for waiting is known to the speaker and the party whom the speaker is asking, whereas the latter (would) suggests that the need for waiting is yet not certain, or ...
Do you say I received or I have received?
I received the item is used when emphasizing the time you received it, it is past simple (not past perfect). e.g. I received the item an hour ago. I have received the item emphasizes that you have something new, it has arrived and you share it with whoever you want, it is present perfect.
How do you accept something is over?
Think about something youve been struggling with, and give these three tips a go to see if you can come to accept it.Imagine what a role model or admired friend would do in the same situation. Write down your thoughts. Talk to others about how youre feeling.