A:It generally means you need to act boldy or confidently, especially if you want to achieve something. A:I believe that (but in a really confidential manner)
confident in your beliefs or actions A:Stand up for yourself be bold say what you mean tell them how you feel A:She asserted her opinion they were asserting their dominance you assert that this is correct we will assert our rights A:-He asserts that he will not join the company. -She asserted that she has no intention of resigning any time soon. -The research asserts that intermittent fasting can benefit us in the long run. A:You need to assert your position when teaching middle school students A:-He's not very assertive. -You need to learn to assert yourself more! -I'm proud of you! You don't normally assert yourself like that! A: Yes, that is a good way to put it. To affirm and affirmation have a slightly more emotional context. Similar words that dont have that emotional touch, are "to recognize" and "to agree" A:They are very similar but using assert you can see that it means to state something more firmly. I think using assert lets you know the guy seems more convinced that he is right.
"i assert that this is the correct translation" "i will argue that this is the correct translation" A:insist is to hold up a claim emphatically while assert is to declare with assurance or plainly and strongly; to state positively. A:They are synonyms for each other depending on the context. Examples for when they mean the same thing: state as a fact confidently The school asserts that attendance will affect the teacher's salary. The school affirmed that attendance will affect the teacher's salary.
Examples for when they have different meanings: Assert: show one's authority or dominance in a confident or forceful manner The teacher asserts her power over the students. She asserts her authority when needed.
Affirm: accept or confirm; a formal declaration; offer support The mom affirmed her daughter to do well in school. The official affirmed his views on the new law.
This isn't all of it, but I hope it helps. A:Do you want to ask about English? Here is Japanese room. Would you like changing a language of this question?