Vocab-ability–199 (rog, rogat = ask) – A More Powerful Vocabulary (earn UpVotes with “Vocab Practice” exercise)

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My vocab practice:

  1. The House of Commons Select Committee sought to interrogate ministers about their progress on Brexit.

  2. Theresa May was forbidden from using the Royal Prerogative to trigger Article 50 to exit the European Union by the Supreme Court, who ruled that only Parliament could vote to trigger it.

  3. The Leader of the Opposition made derogatory remarks about the Prime Minister's ability to negotiate trade deals.

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Good work!

My vocab practice:

  1. The police arrested the suspect and began to interrogate him about where he was the night the crime took place.

  2. The deeds to the house contained a covenant that gave any member of the King's family the prerogative to stay overnight when they were in town.

  3. Donald Trump made derogatory remarks on twitter about Elizabeth Warren.

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You should re-read Rule #5 above. I might miss your entry, since I usually do a "FIND" for "My Vocab Pra..."

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OK I've edited it.

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Good work! And thanks for making that change.

My vocab practice:

  1. New anti-money laundering laws now require banks to interrogate customers about large movements of money.

  2. The Queen last used her prerogative of mercy to free Irish terrorists as part of the Good Friday Agreement

  3. Fat-shaming is now considered to be a derogatory attack on a person.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. After several hours of harsh interrogation, the accused seemed to display signs of succumbing to the allegations.
  2. Many native in the country believed it was their prerogative to own a 35% stake in foreign direct investment through bypassing meritocracy hence causing the downfall of the country.
  3. Certain insecure people have a tendency to converse in a derogatory manner.
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Thank you! :-)

MY VOCAB PRACTICE.
1.Interrogate.
Interrogate sentences are used when we asked something to others.
2.Prerogative.
You have don't prerogative than you interfair in my personal life.
3.Derogatory.
This hotel is derogatory places so please don't go in this hotel.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Interrogate
    Even though it was his fault, he decided to interrogate the others instead of saying sorry.

  2. Prerogative
    At a wedding, the prerogative is all to the young couple to decide how they want it to be.

  3. Derogatory
    His derogatory remarks made him become a different person comparing to how we met him.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Interrogate.
    The head of the Japanese prisoner camp went to the chamber in the dungeon not only to interrogate POWs but to torture them as well.

  2. Prerogative.
    As an author, he or she has the prerogative to decide whether to write the story in a fictional or non-fictional form.

  3. Derogatory.
    The protesters on the streets went on a rampaged and put up derogatory signs about the candidate to derail voters’ mind on whom to elect for governmental office.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Curiosity to find the murder suspect made the chief Interrogate all young men who bear the name Fisher to find the culprit.
  2. Prerogative right given to the head coach made him power drunk.
  3. It is Derogatory to say ''a woman ends up in the kitchen no matter the level of education''.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. The suspect was interrogated by the police

  2. freedom of speech is a prerogative of the citizens of a country.

  3. The child was expelled from the school because of the derogatory statement he made about his teacher

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

1- I hate being interrogated, I dont have to give so many explanations.
2- It´s my prerogative to enjoy my newborn baby, grandparents should wait.
3- The ladies of high society, most of the time, have a derogatory treatment towards people who are not of their class.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. The police always encounters difficulty interrogating hardened criminals

  2. It's the prerogative of kids to have their needs met by their parents.

  3. My parents always cautioned me whenever I made derogatory remarks about anyone while growing up

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. People may feel interrogated by the NSA when flying to the USA.

  2. Some lucky high-flyers have the prerogative to skip certain security measures at the airport.

  3. Airport security personnel often have derogatory thoughts and may sometimes act on them.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. I will not have you interrogate my reasons for leaving early

  2. As the sole owner of my firm, it's my prerogative to leave whenever I wish

  3. I am not being derogatory but from your question you are either a busybody or ignorant of this firm's organisational structure

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. They took me into an ominous alley to interrogate me.
  2. Distributing pardons is a president's prerogative.
  3. The lyrical content of the album was quite derogatory.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. The police interrogated my neighbor about the accident that happened on our street.
  2. I own my land via deed and ibhave a perogative to do anything in please with it.
  3. The man was fired for his derogatory statements to his coworker.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE
1- Interrogate
The criminal was interrogated thoroughly.
2-prerogative
If you want to wear your hair a certain way, that's your prerogative.
3-derogatory
The speech made by the principal derogatory in nature.

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"MY VOCAB PRACTICE."

Interrogate. The police had to interrogate the witness for 7 hours before he finally broke down and confessed to the crime.

Prerogative. It is the new mother's prerogative to want to hold her new baby as soon as it's born.

Derogatory. There was no need for the hateful, derogatory remarks said in the courtroom, so the judge sustained the entire questioning.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. Interrogate:
    Interrogate the passengers out of earshot of each other.

  2. Prerogative:
    It is the prerogative of the YMCA to tell community members they can't have a community board that has nothing to do with the YMCA directly.

  3. Derogatory:
    In the past, derogatory remarks were allowed, but Peachy, the prince who became king after his father's tragic "accident," has punished those who speak against his government.

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE:

  1. There are some fundamental flaws in the way social sciences interrogate the question of identity.
  2. People who perpetuate intersectional identity politics usually want to secure what they believe is their prerogative.
  3. Some people use derogatory language towards entire demographics in order to feel better about themselves.
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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

1-We were stopped at the border and interrogated for hours by the police.
2-I make all the big decisions, that's my prerogative as company director.
3-He made some derogatory comments about her appearance.

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Your exercise is over 2 days late. Please try to complete any further exercises within the 24 hour deadline – altho I usually give practicioners up to 48 hours. :-)

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