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How do we use use vocabulary in the sentence? Are there any rules for using vocabulary in the sentences.
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I'm a bit confused here. Are you asking about a sentence using the word 'vocabulary'? For example: I want to expand my French vocabulary.

Or are you asking about vocabulary in general. All 'vocabulary' means is 'the words that I know', so you are asking how to use every single word you know in sentences and if there are any rules for using words (every word you know). Which is a bit of an odd questionEmotion: big smile
Many ESL students believe they have to use difficult words in their sentences. Is that what you mean, Anon.?
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how do you use the word "citadel" in a sentence
Hi,

how do you use the word "citadel" in a sentence <<< You just did. Emotion: smile

Or you could say eg 'The soldiers entered the citadel.'

Best wishes, Clive
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how do you use the word computerist in a sentence
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Hi,

how do you use the word computerist in a sentence

I wouldn't use it in a sentence, because it does not seem like a real word to me. I haven't heard or read it used.

Do you mean a computer engineer? A computer worker of some kind? A computer enthusiast? You need to say what you mean in another way.

Best wishes, Clive
compassion
Hi,

He had a lot of compassion for his friend who was seriously ill and had many problems.

You're welcome.

Clive
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