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Recently I have got answers for most of my doubts. How could I say that?

"I have cleared most of my doubts". Am I correct?

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doubt is a very problematic word for English learners. We English speakers do not use it anywhere near as much as English learners like to use it, and we don't use it in the same way, either.

For example, a doubt is not a question. We say 'question' for that.

banana bee 225I have got answers for most of my doubts. questions.

As shown.

banana bee 225I have cleared most of my doubts.
Most of my concerns have been addressed.
Most of my uncertainties have been resolved.

The verb to clear is another problematic word. See the more idiomatic suggestions above.

CJ

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For example:


I've had (my) doubts but most of them have been put to rest (recently).