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which sentence in which the word in the parenthesis is used incorrectly. a. (Fraternize) yourself with the rules before you attempt to play chess b. The faculty seldom (fraternized) with the students. c. During World War II the French underground gained military info by (fraternizing) with German soldiers. d. All the tourist's efforts to (fraternize) with the villagers ended in rejection
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Fraternize: associate or form a friendship with someone, especially when one is not suppose to.
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Baconfuntimes
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a
Baconfuntimes
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because it is with something not someone like you see in the definition it has to be a person
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