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I am writing a paragraph about why I want to participate in this school counsil thing and I was wobderi if the word choice for "deticate" in this sentence makes sense:

I want to deticate myself to participate in more school activities.

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    Opps I mean dedicate*

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    Yes, you mean dedicate. Your sentence would be better if you said,

    I want to dedicate myself to more school activities.

    Also, note that it's not a "school counsil thing." You probably mean student council. Using the word, "thing," is disrespectful and shows that you don't know much about this council.

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