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Hello. Please help me to choose the correct (or a better word):
The president "offered, proposed, suggested" his program.
The verbs look like synonyms. Are all of them possible in this context?
Thank you for your help.

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    All of those words are correct and possible. The most used in this context is "proposed."

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