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Based on how compelled is used in this sentence-"My father was anxious to see me develop into a good man..{so} he compelled me to memorize all of Homer", what do you thinks it means?
A. asked B.taught C.forced or D.dared?
I think the answer is C.forced my Mom says it is A.asked Who is correct? HELP

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    I agree with you = C. Compelled implies force.

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