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    Default ignore/object

    "Don't ----------- me when I am talking to you!"
    1)ignore 2)object 3)decay 4)seek

    What's the correct choice?

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    Default Re: ignore/object

    Which ones can you eliminate as being highly unlikely?
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    Default Re: ignore/object

    seek and decay

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    Default Re: ignore/object

    Right.

    As you cannot object a person/thing, the answer must be ignore. A dictionary will confirm that it is the only one that maks sense.
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    Default Re: ignore/object

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    Right.

    As you cannot object a person/thing, the answer must be ignore. A dictionary will confirm that it is the only one that maks sense.
    You also cannot protest sommebody?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshdar3 View Post
    You also cannot protest sommebody?
    No, you can't. What has that to do with the original question?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    No, you can't. What has that to do with the original question?
    just that protesst and object are synonyms

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    Default Re: ignore/object

    No they are not.
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