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    Question Commemorate


    I am having difficult time to decide how to use this word "commemorate."
    I tried using it like this --> They were like the commemorates of the king. --> They commemorated the king.
    I'm not so sure which one or if I am right in one of them. Can someone help me?

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    Re: Commemorate

    Quote Originally Posted by dani_ella92 View Post
    They were like the commemorates of the king.No, 'Commemorate' is a verb.
    They commemorated the king. It's possible in the right context.
    There are some examples here.


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