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    Choose the sentence that uses solicit or elicit correctly.

    Choose the sentence that uses solicit or elicit correctly.
    The street performer was unable to solicit an applause even after juggling while standing on his head.
    The comedianís wild antics never fail to elicit an outburst of laughter.
    The young girl was able to solicit the sympathy of her mother by crying.

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    Re: Choose the sentence that uses solicit or elicit correctly.

    What do you think?


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    Re: Choose the sentence that uses solicit or elicit correctly.

    The comedianís wild antics never fail to elicit an outburst of laughter.

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    Re: Choose the sentence that uses solicit or elicit correctly.

    Quote Originally Posted by senijiamylife08 View Post
    The comedianís wild antics never fail to elicit an outburst of laughter.

    Incidentally, the first sentence is inadmissible on other grounds. 'Applause' is not countable.

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