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choose two phrases to form a sentence that correctly uses a word.

a. forbearance is
b. fervor is
c. a belief that one cannot make mistakes
d. a willingness to live and let live

I think it is b and d, am I right?

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  1. Look up the meanings of "forbearance" and "fervor" -

    http://www.answers.com
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    http://www.dictionary.com

    Re-think this.

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  2. Well, now I'm thinking that it is a and c... forbearance can also mean: To hold back; to keep from doing or saying something. So would that imply one could not make mistakes?

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  3. The best choice, in my opinion, is a and d, but b and c would be possible under some circumstances.

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  4. Oh yeah, that makes much more sense! Thank you!

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  5. You're welcome!

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  6. Hi, I am un secretary official, Ban ki moon.
    It's answer is b,d.

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