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Grammar and Composition

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Does this sentence make sense for the word coquette?:

My friend likes to coquette with most of the guys at school.

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  • Grammar and Composition - ,

    The word "coquette" is a noun, not a verb.

    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/coquette

  • Grammar and Composition - ,

    i thought it could be used for both

    ...that's what it says on the website

  • Grammar and Composition - ,

    what about..My friend acted like a coquette at the party last night

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  • Grammar and Composition - ,

    Your second sentence is fine.

    Go back and look at that dictionary link. Notice the spelling if you plan to use it as a verb, but be aware that's a very rare use.

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