Today we will review three new vocabulary words. Gullible, Impeccable, and Plausible. Review the definitions below and then look at the 5 example sentences for each vocabulary word. After reviewing the information, try to make your own sentences.
|Gullible||“Easily persuaded to believe something”|
|Impeccable||“Perfect, flawless, without blemish”|
|1||She manipulated her gullible students, knowing that they would never realize what she was doing.|
|2||He tricked his gullible friend into giving him one hundred dollars.|
|3||Sometimes media tricks gullible people into believing lies.|
|4||The gullible man bought the book after reading the advertisement.|
|5||Don't be so gullible. He always says that to women.|
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|1||He was convinced that there was no plausible alternative.|
|2||His idea was speculation, but it was still quite plausible.|
|3||There are plausible arguments, but I disagree with them.|
|4||She made great efforts to give a plausible explanation.|
|5||It was a plausible argument.|