Be Rest Assured vs Rest Assured?

by LA
(San Diego, CA)

Which of the following is correct, "Be rest assured" or "Rest assured"?

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Nov 20, 2010
Rest Assured
by: Ola Zur

The idiom is "rest assured." It basically means "you can be certain."

For example:

"You can rest assured that he will not steal from you."

"You can rest assured that it won't happen again."

"Rest assured that he will not get too far."

Ola Zur is the editor of www.really-learn-english.com, an illustrated guide to English.


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