I'm wondering what the difference between 'incentive', 'inducement' and 'enticement' is. Do I understand it correctly that 'inducement' and 'enticement' refer to something that is given/offered, while 'incentive' has a broader meaning?
1.The possibility of getting a bigger salary can serve as an incentive/inducement to learn a language.
2. He regarded her success as an incentive to work harder.
3. The benefits that her boss offered to her were actually an inducement/enticement to work overtime.
Let's load a pig into a truck.
1. The pig's enticement is the tasty corn the farmer sprinkled inside the truck.
2. The pig's enducement is the farmer behind him poking him with a stick.
3. The pig's incentive is his thinking that maybe, if he goes into the truck, the farmer will stop poking him with the stick.