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Which word is not connected to the others: a) give in b) leave c) quit d) give up I'd go with a or b. What do you think?

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  1. FoolForMath
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    I think it's \( \boxed{a} \)

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  2. keketsu
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    I'd go with B.

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  3. ViickyB
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    I think it's D

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  4. MelindaR
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    I still think it's a... For instance, imagine this: - where is she? - she letf. she gave up. she quit. (she gave in doesn't sound the same as those)

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  5. ViickyB
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    But "give up" is the only phrasal verb

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  6. MelindaR
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    I thought ''give in'' was kind of a phrasal verb as well

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  7. ash2326
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    Melinda option b is not connected to others

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  8. MelindaR
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    Are you sure, ash? Leave can also mean give up sometimes, right?

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  9. madscientist101
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    It's b

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  10. ash2326
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    See if look at the options a, c and d give in, quit and give up these all mean to cease something may be to cease fighting or arguing but leave doesn't mean that

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  11. ash2326
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    * we

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  12. madscientist101
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    Give in= to quit resisted, and give up. Give up= to give up Quit= Stop resisting and give up. Leave= to go away. To a degree leave can be used to say "give up" but that almost never the case.

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  13. MelindaR
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    Ok, ok. Thanks everyone

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  14. ViickyB
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    I don't know how I didn't see the "in" of the A op. My bad...

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