Just wondering. The accepted answer I wrote was "we believe our president". I was wondering how do we say "we believe IN our president"? It's a pretty subtle difference.
I would be surprised if it exists. The "I believe in" as a way of "I support" is a very Americanized concept within English from what I understand.
From Chinese 總統
- Mandarin: zǒngtǒng
- Cantonese: júngtúng
- Hokkien: chóng-thóng
Why is "Tổng thống" written with a capital T? Is it on purpose, or is it a mistake?