Coerce // Dispute // Dissect

Today we will review three new vocabulary words. Coerce, Dispute, and Dissect. Review the definitions below and then look at the 3 example sentences for each vocabulary word. After reviewing the information, try to make your own sentences.

 

VOCABULARYDEFINITION
Coerce"To compel by force or intimidation"
Dispute"To engage in an argument or debate"
Dissect"To examine in detail, part by part"

COERCE

#SENTENCE EXAMPLES
1He tried to coerce him into opposing the decision, but his efforts failed.
2Do you think they have the power to coerce China?
3The North tried to coerce the South to agree with them.

DISPUTE

#SENTENCE EXAMPLES
1Children normally get into small disputes with each other at school.
2The two men were in a heated dispute.
3The dispute over federal taxes was not resolved.

DISSECT

#SENTENCE EXAMPLES
1We had to dissect the frog in science class.
2The man tried to dissect her answer, but he couldn't figure it out.
3The doctor had to dissect the woman's body in order to see what caused her death.

 

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misook
misook
5 years ago

Hello. I see you have changed the reply format.

misook
misook
5 years ago

But I don’t see the reply button the last one had that allowed me to reply to my own reply. Still, I am marvelled at how you can do all thses technical things.

misook
misook
5 years ago

Did you say you see my comment to the words -coerce, dispute and dissect. I still don’t see it.

misook
misook
5 years ago
Reply to  misook

I see it now

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