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    #1

    Any word is polite for my case?

    Hi,

    Question:
    Any word is polite for my case?

    Sentence:
    If they are not very annoying and canít affect my work, I would try to ___them.

    Possible word in my opinions:
    Tolerate, ignore, leave

    Thanks

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    #2

    Re: Any word is polite for my case?

    Quote Originally Posted by uktous View Post
    Hi,

    Question:
    Any word is polite for my case?

    Sentence:
    If they are not very annoying and canít affect my work, I would try to ___them.

    Possible word in my opinions:
    Tolerate, ignore, leave

    Thanks
    ***NOT A TEACHER***uktous, Yes. All of us meet some obnoxious people in our daily lives. Usually, the best policy is to ignore them (don't pay attention to them). You could also use "tolerate" in your sentence, but I don't think " leave" would be appropriate. Thank you.


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    Re: Any word is polite for my case?

    suffer them gladly

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