Which of the following sentences uses the word "consult" correctly?
He decided to consult his dictionary to find the true meaning.
He does not like to meet people who consult their food loudly.
I have never wanted to consult more than on this happy day!
We liked to consult because it brought us closer together.
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the forth one
i'm not entirely sure if that is correct. take a look at the definition of the word:
seek information or advice from
i think there is an answer that matches it better.
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the answer is 4 mistermew
for saying it was right
oh your welcome
i was thinking the answer is #1, but if you think it's #4, go for it. #1 makes more sense, considering the person is using their dictionary to find a definition --> seek an answer, as the definition of the word says.
yea mistermew i agree but u cant go wrong with what is on the internet