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### What part of speech is prove?

Prove is a verb The different forms for prove are: prove, proves, proved, proved/proven, proving

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Prove is a verb The different forms for prove are: prove, proves, proved, proved/proven, proving

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to prove

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no prove....

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No; they most certainly do not prove that. Nothing can prove that.

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Angels

I can prove there are angels on earth.. trust in god and he will prove it to you too.

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Siblings

Prove to whom? You can't "prove" a negative.

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Prove It was created in 1977.

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Criminal Law

(in the US) You don't have to prove you're innocent - the prosecutor has to prove that you're guilty.

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prove your love

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you can prove this by believing in what you believe in

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UFOs

It is impossible to prove a negative.

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An experiment can prove or disprove a hypothesis.

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prove and proved

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Prove is the present tense.

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You do not have to prove you are not a witch. Others have to prove that you are a witch. Even if you are a witch, or Wicca, there is nothing wrong with that (in the US).

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(in the US) That is the beauty of the US Legal System. You do NOT have to prove that you are not guilty, the prosecution must prove that you ARE guilty.

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The best way to prove employee dishonesty is by keeping a record of evidence that may prove your view. Without evidence or a witness, it may be difficult to prove it.

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The evidence seemed to prove he was guilty. He could not prove he was over 18, so he was refused the sale. We can prove there was once water on Mars because there are caverns similar to the underwater caverns… Full Answer

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No. Any person trained in logic will tell you that 'you cannot prove a negative'. If you want to disprove the existence of fairies you first attempt to try and prove their existence. And the best you can do is… Full Answer

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Groove, prove, disaproove, The Louvre. prove, sooth, groove smooth?? --- No Groove ^_^ Prove. If your question was "What rhymes with move?" prove groove improve you've remove approve disapprove Groove, prove, hoove, Hoof. Louvre

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(in the US) Under the US system of justice the defendnat does not have to prove they are innocent. It is the prosecutions burden to PROVE they are guilty.

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Ghosts

Since you cannot prove a negative statement, one cannot prove that ghosts do not exist.

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It prove that the moon goes around the earth.

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Zoologists

5 prove about the animals

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The past tense of prove is proved.

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Easier to prove that they don't

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Proving is the present participle of prove.

Prove that if it were true then there must be a contradiction.

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Yes.

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Science

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Prove Me Wrong was created in 1991.

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Prove Your Love was created in 1987.

proof is a physical truth which noone needs to prove it otherwise. prove is the action taken to have proof.

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Atheism

Bottom line; you cannot prove an atheist wrong ant more you can prove a religious person wrong.

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Like so: I like to move it move it, she like to prove it prove, we like to move it move, she like to? Prove it!

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Prove = An action Proof = evidence

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you can't, but you can't prove a negative either.

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Video Games

How do you prove he is gay? Stop being ignorant.

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That is the correct spelling of the verb "prove" (establish as fact).